This phone certainly can’t hurdle
With the Pixel 3 and Pixel XL 3 predictable to present in the next few months, it’s no wonder that we’re early to see an upsurge in outflows nearby Google’s forthcoming handsets.
The pictures, which are supposed to be of the Pixel XL 3’s ‘Clearly White’ color option, appear to back up preceding reports concerning Google’s upcoming phablet, with one rumour that the phone would come up a notch on its face (and a slightly large one, at that), two front-facing cameras and a bottom front-facing speaker.
Built on the device’s Fastboot screen, the smartphone in question is packing 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. The supposed Pixel XL 3 is incapable to boot any more since it has been “remotely erased by Google”.
On the device’s hindmost, you’ll notice the nonappearance of the Pixel line’s sign two-tone effect, with what seems to be insightful glass casing the entire back panel – whether this is down to the phone being a sample is unidentified, however an all-glass rear would make sense given recent rumours of a new Pixel Stand dock that would lastly carry wireless charging functionality to Google’s smartphones.
Whether any of this is true is impossible to approve at the minute, but if Google is preparing to trail the same introduction timeline as its two preceding Pixel smartphone peers, then we can imagine seeing an authorized launch on or about October 4, 2018.
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Associated product: Google Pixel XL
The Pixel XL specifies 2016’s top-of-the-line specifications and is a fine vessel for Android Oreo. This VR-capable handset has an appropriately fast mainframe, even by 2018 standards, and a wonderful camera, all pack into a jazzy design.
- One of the finest phone cameras available
- Efficient Android software
- Google Assistant is talented
- More expensive than a Nexus phone
- Unusual design and no always-on screen
- No stereo speakers or waterproofing