The leak doesn't just consist of a couple of pictures or renders; instead, it even has an unboxing video with all the information regarding specifications, in-box content, and more. Previous rumours suggest that the Pixel 3 XL will follow the on-going trend and come with a notched display. The news comes days after Google revealed the upcoming Android 9 interface as Android Pie and coincidentally, puts Google's upcoming flagship device back on the headlines, ahead of Samsung's Note 9 release. However, Google does include a Type-C to 3.5 mm adapter for those who want to use their existing pair of earphones that have 3.5 mm headphone jack. It seems to be a production unit rather than the final unit we could see announced in October, but it's likely pretty close. Instead of the brighter Orange on the Pixel 2, Google has gone for a more subtle green. The bezels at the top end of the phone are thinner but you get a notch that has an earpiece and front-facing camera. Today, a Ukranian tech blogger has allegedly leaked a white colour variant of the handset in a short unboxing video.
The retail box reveals that the Pixel Buds-style headphones with adjustable ear inserts, and the wired USB Type-C cable are all packed inside. On the rear we have a single-lens camera along with an LED flash and a fingerprint sensor. In-box accessories can vary from country to country, so if you are that interested in pack-in Google headphones, make sure they come with the version shipping in your territory. However, the notch is huge - bigger than the iPhone X. And why not - it features a dual camera setup and an earpiece that also acts as the second speaker for the stereo setup.
A Pixel 3 XL prototype that Google hasn't remotely nuked yet.
It lists a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, 4GB of RAM, an Adreno 630 graphics card and a 2,960 x 1,440 pixel resolution.