This may be the first time we are seeing the new Google Pixel 3 XL , in the absence of…
This may be the first time we are seeing the new Google Pixel 3 XL , in the absence of several months of its official presentation. Nail, show what appears to be a functional prototype of the new Google phone destined to be released in October this year.
It is not the first time we receive clues about the new Google smartphone, but we are facing the clearest images of the terminal, and the truth is that virtually all the details match what we have known over the weeks.
There are several reasons why the device of the image could have revealed the final design of the new Google phone. First, the photograph that shows the front, also lets us see some technical data about the terminal because it is in fastboot mode. The most important thing is the name of the phone, Crosshatch , which corresponds to the internal name to which Google has referred on more than one occasion to the Pixel 3 XL in the AOSP code.
You can also see some technical information about the phone, such as your 4 GB of RAM, or the 128 GB of internal UFS storage . What if, the upper part of the screen is occupied by a notch , as we had seen on previous occasions, which houses the speaker for calls and two front sensors, which may be used for a new hardware-based facial unlocking system in the style of the Apple ID or Xiaomi.
We travel to the back, and find an appearance practically traced to the current Pixel 2, except for subtle differences. The fingerprint reader is located in the same position, as well as the rear camera – yes, camera, in the singular – and the LED flash. The most striking change is found in what appears to be the new construction material from the back , and is that there is no appreciable change of texture between the “window” of glass where the camera is, and the rest of the panel. This could suggest that Google would have used a crystal in two different textures for the back instead of aluminum, to join the trend of glass mobiles and step to adopt wireless charging. However, this is no more than assumptions.