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Here’s some more in the wild shots of the Pixel 3 XL

A post on the XDA Developer's Forums may have revealed the Google Pixel 3 XL.

It also appears that the Pixel 3 XL may have only one rear camera. The front of the prototype seen below showcases a large notch on the top of the device. That's quite a substantial chin on the screen which, yuck, but it does look like we're keeping the stereo front-facing speakers (the edge of the bottom speaker is just barely visible). The aluminum build of the phone will stay for at least another year, with the fingerprint scanner on the back of the device.

What we're not seeing on the back, however, is glass - which, from current standards, is required for wireless charging. In fact, the matte section looks nearly as though it's been painted on, and it doesn't run the whole way around the perimeter of the back, nor does it meet flush with the frame. Another highlight of Pixel 3 XL will be a glass back design, though it is unclear at this point if the phone will support wireless charging. Further, there is a USB Type-C port a the bottom of the device and to the left, there's the SIM card tray. There's no sign of the 3.5mm audio jack indicating that Google will not bring it back. The codename "crosshatch" is also spotted on the display, lending weight to its legitimacy. This could be the official prototype logo that the tech giant may be using, until the final product is ready.

First and foremost, the expected launch date of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL is October 4. To be specific, they will be called the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Hence, we recommend you to take these leaks lightly for now. You can see the render images below. If newly leaked images of a prototype are to be believed, it looks like the previous rumors could be true.

With Google borrowing features from HTC's latest flagship, it probably won't come as a surprise to learn that the engineering talent that the firm acquired from HTC earlier this year will be heavily involved in developing the new devices.

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