Remember how I told you we can’t get the start of the week up and ready without a leak of sorts? Well, here it is! Allegedly, Google Pixel 3 XL ‘Clearly White’ model has shown up on the XDA Developers website, thanks to user dr guru.
The images back up previous rumors concerning the fact that the smartphone will have a notch, two front facing cameras and a front facing speaker on the bottom.
Thanks to the Fastboot screen pic, we can infer that the phone will come with 4Gb of RAM and 64GB of storage. The device was unable to boot any further than that because, according the the user in charge of the leak, it had been “remotely erased by Google“.
The two-tone effect that has been a Pixel trademark so far is absent, the phone sporting what appears to be a reflective glass that covers the entirety of the back panel. An all-glass back might mean that a Pixel Stand dock is also just around the corner, offering wireless charging to the Google smartphones.
We’ll see if any of this is true or not quite soon. If Google follows the usual Pixel launch timeline, we can expect to get some answers this October.