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Google Pixel 3 XL images reportedly leak out, show off a notch

Leaked images of Google Pixel 3 XL surface online

Photos of a device which is reported to be the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL have leaked on the XDA Developers forums, Android Police reported.

A recent report had suggested that the Pixel 3 XL might feature two front facing cameras and we can see two cameras inside the notch. There also appears to be 128GB of storage onboard, but just 4GB of RAM - which is 2GB less than the Galaxy S9+ or the base model of the OnePlus 6. It's unclear why Google is continuing to use a single shooter, but the Pixel 2 XL takes great pictures, so one can only expect this device's camera module to be somewhat better. To be specific, they will be called the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.

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The Google Pixel 3 XL was leaked in a set of images this week that you'll see above and/or below.

And finally, the most significant change compared to last year's hardware is that Google apparently moved the SIM card tray to the bottom of the handset.

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The fact that Google is sticking with a single rear camera is interesting - I'd personally welcome a telephoto-style lens to augment the capabilities of the primary camera, though given the Pixel 2's wide advantage in still images, I bet Google's going to find ways to wow us with a single camera on the new phone. No Pixel device has ever been compatible with wireless chargers, though Google's Nexus 4 from all the way back in 2012 was compatible with the Qi protocol.

What we're not seeing on the back, however, is glass - which, from current standards, is required for wireless charging. The phone will not have an edge-to-edge screen or notch.

Earlier Pixel phones have been released in October for the past two years, so we likely still have about five months to go before the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL hit store shelves.

The images (above), which come courtesy of XDA Developers member meraz9000, show that Google's large-screened Android P flagship will follow the notch trend, with a chunky iPhone X-style cutout sat at the top of its display.

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