After a 360-degree performance last month that showed the complete design of Pixel 3 XL and a set of images that showed the smartphone in black, new live images have now appeared online and reveal what appears to be the coming Cleary White variant of Google's next flagship.
Again confirming previous leaks, the black front panel is dominated by a high screen complete with a relatively large notch and chin, although the remaining parts of the bezel have seen a significant reduction in size. Also, an upgrade to the selfie setup is made in the form of two sensors instead of the typical, whereas in between these are the in-ear speakers that doubles as a stereo speaker on the front when it is paired with the one present on bottom chin. Replacing the back, although slightly less noticeable due to the color, the images confirm the presence of a two-tone construction apparently created using a matte finish on a section and a blank surface of the remaining glass, removing the aluminum part as has previously been discussed.
As to what can be expected internally from Google Pixel 3 XL, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 will connect the device with 6GB of RAM and 1
28GB of internal storage. However, as confirmed by the pictures, there is also a 4GB RAM model with 64GB of internal storage in the work. This will be connected with upgraded cameras both on the front and back, and makes Android 9.0 P right out of the box. Furthermore, while it is unclear how large the battery will be, wireless charging support is expected to be included.
Currently, if Google chooses to follow in the previous footsteps, Pixel 3 XL will probably start with the usual Pixel 3 4th of October, followed by a release later that month.
White Google Pixel 3 XL live images