Multiple Google Pixel 3 XL leaks reveal everything about it (including camera samples)

Google Pixel 3 XL leaks are coming out one after another rapidly. We had already seen few pictures of Pixel 3 XL back in May when its first few images leaked online, and now several photos of the device along with camera samples have leaked online. The images collectively reveal almost everything that we may want to know about this upcoming flagship.

There’s a huge annoying notch at the front of device which houses the selfie camera, the earpiece and an infrared sensor for facial unlocking. The back of the device is almost identical to its predecessor, which reveals that Google is going to disappoint us once again with a single lens primary camera. The display size is 6.71-inches with 1,440 x 2,960 px resolution, and battery size is 3,430 mAh. Wireless charging support is also confirmed as a video has also leaked showing the device being charged wirelessly (see below).

Finally, the about screen of the phone also reveals that it will have Active Edge functionality, which allows Google Assistant to be activated by squeezing the sides of the phone. Another leaked image is showing what will come inside the box, and it turns out that Google is finally going to supply the earphones with its Pixel phone. The earphones seem similar to company’s Pixel buds, but with wire instead of being wireless.

Rest of the box content, as you can see, is the same as the content of Pixel smartphones launched up to the date. A USB-C to USB-A adapter, a USB-C to USB-C cable, a USB-C to 3.5mm jack cable and a wall charger.

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Finally, these Google Pixel 3 XL leaks also include some camera samples. Have a look at them:

What do you think about Pixel 3 XL? Will you buy it when it’s launched in October? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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