The Pixel 3 leaks continue this week, which seems only appropriate given that the Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled in less than two weeks. But with the leaks coming in hard and heavy here at the tail end of July, we must ask: Will Pixel 3 come early this year?
Over the weekend, XDA Developers Forum user dr.guru claimed to have gotten their hands on a Google Pixel 3 XL, the larger of the two flagship handsets from the company that are slated to arrive later this year. The smaller, standard Google Pixel *is* available in "Clear White" as well as the "Kinda Blue". Unfortunately, the huge notch looks to be concrete at this point, though it's probably necessary to house the dual front-facing cameras.
The fastboot menu confirms that at least one variant of the phone will come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
The Pixel Stand will be able to handle commands, just like Google Home, even when the phone is charging or the display is not on.
"I present you some pictures of the pixel 3 xl in white, taken by me". Then Google stopped supporting it, saying at the time that a slimmer profile and fast USB-C charger make up for the lack of wireless charging support. Information about a so-called "Pixel Stand" was recently found within the newest version of the Google app. The back of the device reportedly still features the same two-tone glossy (top) and matte (bottom) glass panel.
Glass is often used when wireless charging is in a phone - like the recent iPhones or Samsung devices, for example.