It is believed that the reported third device in Google's third generation Pixel line-up will also feature a traditional display, however, like all rumours, this has yet to be officially confirmed. Pixel 3 XL will come with an iPhone X-like notch display, something that is already seen on most of the recently launched smartphones. Android P also uses user behavior and habits to help save battery power.
Millions of gadget fans around the world are waiting anxiously for Google to take the wraps off of its next-generation Pixel phones.
Google Pixel 3 standard will be the smaller model with a classic design, while the Google Pixel 3 XL is the larger model with a notch. Though this seems unlikely as the device would struggle to fit in a front facing camera, sensors or earpiece speaker.
A leaked image from Slashleaks shows two tempered glasses designed for the Pixel 3 series.
Google, it's rumored, might be switching to Foxconn as its manufacturing partner for the 2018 Pixel range. Another report coming from Bloomberg reveals that the Pixel 3 will be manufactured by Foxconn. That refers to a chin at the bottom along with a considerably thick bezel at the top.
This design will be a huge step by Google as the company will finally ditch the typical 16:9 aspect ratio display for its good. Google will have to, after the unique yet rather boring design of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
It's still only May, which leaves us with several months before Google officially makes an announcement.
Google Pixel 3 Release Date and Price: When will the Google Pixel 3 XL be released?
The notch of the Pixel 3 XL will house two camera lenses, while the Pixel 3 will only have a single-lens, front-facing camera. The latest iPhones include dual cameras on the back to allow for sharper zooming in and to create a blurred background in photos.
There's likely a lot more to come on the Pixel 3 launch, so stay tuned.