Based on the leak, it appears the Pixel 3 XL will have a new sensor to the right of the rear camera module, causing the flash to be pushed out slightly to accommodate it. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset will be accompanied by 4GB of RAM, and yesterday's Pixel 3 XL leak confirmed that there will be an option with 128GB of internal storage.
The device also features a notch at the top of its display.
THE INCOMING Google Pixel 3 XL has been pictured in the wild, confirming that, er, it's not all that exciting.
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In 2018, Google's flagship Pixel 3 XL will still offer all the same benefits as the current-generation Pixel lineup, but it'll be packaged in a fresh new design that's sleek and modern, albeit familiar. It's just that this time around, the Google Pixel 3 will be manufactured by Foxconn. It's unlikely the notch and front chin will disappear this year but wireless charging could still be possible. After all, Google might run into complications at the 11th hour, foregoing wireless charging on the Pixel 3 in the end. That probably means we'll be getting some kind of face unlock feature in the Pixel 3 XL.
That would seem to indicate that Google is moving to a glass back for the Pixel 3, and seeking to make it evocative of previous models, which employed both metal and glass for the back, through the use of some clever industrial design. 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. If Google's chosen to go this route, it's probably been done to enable wireless charging - something numerous Pixel's competitors from Samsung and Apple already support. That said, Google for some reason has still gone with single rear camera and is relying on its software.
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.