Out of the two, the Pixel 3 XL might have a notched display and the same dual-tone design.
So far, we know quite a bit about the specifications of the upcoming Google Pixel 3 smartphones.
Popular and reliable leakster Evan Blass has shared renders of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL (attached above) on Twitter. But, we'll have to wait until October 9th for Google to unveil their new Pixel phones.
The smaller Pixel 3 won't feature a display notch, however, the large Pixel 3 XL is seen with a rather chunky display notch.
We've still got a couple of weeks to go before Google's Pixel 3 event, so today the rumor mill is giving us another Pixel 3 XL leak to help pass the time until then. The leaked render also provides a clear look at the front-facing dual-camera setups of the two devices. Earlier this week, we saw a more Pixel 3 images, and now a Chinese retailer has listed the Pixel 3 for preorder.
So yeah, apart from a better looking back panel, an ugly looking front notch, and SIM tray at the bottom, it looks like there won't be any other design changes. The phone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and a 630 GPU Adreno.
Like older Pixel phones, both models are likely to have OLED screens.
Possible storage options include 64GB & 128GB. There was not much to glean from the initial leak, but it was hard to imagine the product being anything other than a charging stand for Pixel phones, possibly with wireless charging capabilities.
The Pixel 2 range is IP67 certified, which means it can survive submerged up to 1 meter deep for up to 30 minutes.
The listing shows the Black colour variant of the Pixel 3 XL while a silver colour variant of the Pixel 3. The majority of the documents are still confidential, but from what the FCC has made publicly available, we can see that there's an oval-shaped base where the FCC label will be attached.