Another hand-on leak has occurred online, revealing what appears to be a massive display for the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL smartphone and its slightly less battery than its predecessor.
A Russian tech blogger recently telegramed a detailed hands-on video of a device believed to be Pixel 3 XL. The phone in the clip, now available on YouTube, runs Android 9.0 Pie.
Interestingly, it's not the software features that came from the video, but the revelation like the handset comes with a massive display. The resolution on the phone's display is 1
PhoneArena's calculations showed that Pixel 3 XL should have a 6.7-inch screen. The precise result of the calculations is 6 663 inches, but then the ears that surround the notch took into account.
The leakage also suggests that the Pixel 3 XL comes equipped with a 3,430 mAh battery. If true, this will mean that the upcoming device will be powered by a smaller battery compared to the 3,520 mAh capacity of Pixel 2 XL. Last year, the Google Phablet came with the bigger battery, even though it only had a 6-inch display.
Based on the leaked video, Pixel 3 XL also resembles the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 9 due to its long screen. The alleged Pixel 3 XL prototype also has a lower edge, which is slightly thicker than the bottom part of Note 9.
The blogger pointed out in his video that what he has is a pre-version of the device. This means that it can not be sporty the final design of the upcoming device. Minor changes can be made along the way before Google's announcement event.
Other information about the new Pixel smartphones has also been leaked earlier this week. A treat from the same blogs showed that the new phones probably come with bundled USB Type C headphones that look like wired versions of Pixel Buds.
Another relevant information such as Android Mobile OS and Pixel Software Experience Manager E.K. Chung revealed to Android Central is that the upcoming Pixel phones will have the gesture-based Android 9.0 Pie navigation system by default.
The new gesture controls will not only be added to Android OS as a replacement for the navigation bar and simplify the user interface; They are introduced with the new update to make it easier for users to switch between apps.