However, only the Pixel 3 XL has surfaced and these photos are of a prototype. It's unclear what other storage options Google might offer. Last year's Google Pixel 2 received plenty of acclaim, even if they ...
Obtained by XDA-Developers, this round of in-hand photos of the Pixel 3 XL gives a better look at the hardware as a whole. While this looks like a legitimate prototype, it in no way means that the Pixel 3 XL will look the same commercially.
It also appears that the Pixel 3 XL may have only one rear camera. Google is expected to skip the dual rear camera bandwagon yet again this year.
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Over the past couple of months, there have been various rumors about the successors to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. According to Google, the secondary chip is created to compile ... That suggests that we may not see this come to fruition for a while, but also shows that it's something Apple is continuing to think about and possibly work on. The last generation introduced the squeeze feature, which added in another way to interact with the device. If the Pixel 3 XL does have a glass back, then it may come with wireless charging support as well.
This slow, steady feature trickle feels iterative, but that's pretty much par for the course in today's high-end market. This is probably the highest configuration that will be available at launch. Despite the subtle design changes, the prototype looks unmistakably like a Pixel handset. Maybe that will happen in another year, but Google may not desire such a drastic change. There's also the smaller Pixel 3 to wonder about, which has been rumored not to receive a notch.
A Bloomberg report claims the notch at the top of the Pixel 3 XL will not be as wide as that on the iPhone X, but could be noticeably taller. I believed his information is credible, but just to be sure, I made a decision to dig around in the latest Android P Developer Preview to find any corroborating evidence.
Since Android 4.2 Jelly Bean's release, the operating system has provided support for wireless charging but it is disappointing that it took Google this long to potentially bring it to the Pixel 3 lineup.