However, what is arguably the largest Pixel 3 XL info dump to date has just been leaked, via a Telegram channel named "Канал Лучкова", as spotted by Ars Technica. But by the looks of it, he does most certainly seem to have a Google Pixel 3 XL in the box, has taken this device out of the box, and is now in possession of both the phone and the box - and its other contents, too.
A Pixel 3 XL prototype that Google hasn't remotely nuked yet.
The images show the front and back of what appears to be the Clearly White variant of the Pixel 3 XL with that fingerprint reader on the back and a single rear camera. As recent rumors have suggested, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor and Adreno 630 graphics, but with just 4GB of RAM.
The device menu on the Pixel 3 XL shows some impressive specifications.
Does speedy software updates make up for Google's unusual design choices? These pictures confirm that the notch is about twice as tall as other notch designs. Thanks to the way Android 9 Pie works, you usually get two actual icons and a third "overflow" icon indicating that you have more icons to look at. The chunky notch also makes the status bar very thick.
In the video you'll see most of the concentration on the taking out of the contents of the box.
From what is known so far, Google's upcoming Pixel lineup is likely to be comprised of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, successors to last year's Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
In the box, we see a pair of ear buds that share a similar design to Google's Pixel Buds, but they are wired (with USB-C) and lack the "G" logo on the outside. They're all about changing the phone, after all, not the accessories.
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