The Pixel 3 XL seems to have leaked out more than any other Google phone to date and that continues today, with an entry on Geekbench purporting to be the phone showing up.
The entry on Geekbench can certainly be faked, so take this with a grain of salt. Pointed to by leaker IceUniverse, the entry shows a device with a Snapragon 845, 4GB RAM and Android P on board, scoring a Single Core score of 2426 and a multi-core score of 8355.
The score for the device in comparison to other recent devices including the Galaxy S9/S9+ shows that Google has some work to do optimising the phone.
The specs line up with what we’ve heard rumoured, and also seen in Bootloader shots from leaked devices, so it’s highly possible this is legitimate. We should remember that if this is a Pixel 3 XL, then this is likely an engineering sample, though criticism for having ‘only’ 4GB of RAM is running rife
Google has not yet announced when we’ll see the Pixel 3/Pixel 3 XL announced, though it’s expected to again be on, or close to the October 4th date that they’ve announced devices on in previous years. Once the phone is out we can likely see for ourselves how well the phone performs in the flesh.