New images apparently showing a white model of Google's upcoming smartphone – Pixel 3XL – leaked on Sunday by XDA-Developers using dr.guru.
These latest leaked images complement a previous leak from XDA Developers from the beginning of June that showed a black version of Pixel 3 XL.
One thing that the latest leakage does is a bit clearer, the extent of facades around Pixel 3 XL's screen. As has been rumored, Pixel 3 XL may potentially have a big notch. The leaked images also suggest that it will have a relatively large bottom edge, or "hake" as it is sometimes known. You can also see an orange power button on the right of the device, as the white Pixel 2 XL currently has.
Based on the pictures, the chin on the bottom of the imagined Pixel 3 XL is larger than the chin on other top Android phones, such as the Galaxy S9, the LG G7, OnePlus 6 and the Essential Phone. As a result, I suspect that Pixel 3 XL may not look as slim or modern as the competition.
The same can be said about the current Pixel 2 XL, which has an utilitarian design compared to other top Android phones.
Still, if Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are something to do, Google's Pixel 3 smartphones will be great smartphones. Google phones run a clean and easy version of Android that is a pleasure to use, and they also get software updates as soon as Google publishes them. For non-Google smartphones, updates usually come months after their first release.
The new image loop does not reveal much else about Google's upcoming Pixel 3 XL, which is likely to be the largest of two Pixel models Google has released earlier. So far, it has been said that Pixel 3 XL will have a glass back, which may indicate that wireless charging comes to Google's smartphone.
The imaged device is said to be on the older page, which means there is a great chance that what we see is not the final design, according to the XDA-Developers editor – chieftain Mishaal Rahman.
A new device called "Pixel Stand" has also been discovered by XDA-Developers in the upcoming version of the Android code. It is unclear whether it is a wired or wireless charger and what its function may be.
You can check out more photos on the XDA-Developers website here.