Google’s Pixel 3 XL has been leaking basically everywhere lately and it doesn’t look like it’s gonna stop. In what seems like a flood of new leaks, we have a plethora of new evidence that the upcoming device from the search giant will come with a massive notch, excellent cameras, and wireless charging.
Нашел тут Pixel 3 XL. Такое себе, на первый взгляд стыдный. Вот сфоткал и оставил в такси. pic.twitter.com/fXU3W9EUgW
— Wylsacom (@wylsacom) August 22, 2018
For starters, Twitter user Wylsacom has sent out four new images of the Pixel 3 XL which show off the design of the phone. In the images, you’ll find a gigantic notch smack in the middle of the top of the device along with an ultra-tall notification bar. You’ll also find a quick look at what the home screen on the new Pixel will look like which is largely unchanged from last year. In addition, the rear of the phone is also seen which resembles last year’s design but with a glass back.
— Максим Хорошев (@khoroshev) August 22, 2018
Thanks to the glass back, Google was able to enable wireless charging with the Pixel 3 and XL, and that’s seemingly confirmed in a new video posted by Twitter user Максим Хорошев. In the video, you see the user placing the Pixel 3 XL down on a wireless charging when, sure enough, the phone starts charging. Many users complained last year about how the device didn’t include wireless charging so it’s nice to see Google add the functionality to this generation.
Finally, Максим Хорошев over on Instagram has also shared some sample images of what he claims were taking with a Pixel 3 XL. As you can see, they aren’t that high-res, but they are very high in quality and balance dynamic range extremely well, something we’ve seen from Google’s previous Pixel and Pixel 2 handsets. To view all the images, head to his Instagram page.
As crazy as these leaks are getting, it’s pretty wild that we still have a good four to six weeks left until the new Pixel 3 and 3 XL are unveiled. Of course, stay tuned to Matridox as we’ll be keeping you up to date on any future developments, leaks, and reports.