Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL leak out entirely in new 360-degree renders
Starting off with the smaller model, the smartphone actually resembles last year’s Pixel 2 XL quite closely thanks to the presence of a tall 18:9 display panel and front-facing stereo speakers. Unlike last year’s offering, however, Google has now included two front-facing cameras up front which will likely improve depth sensing. This same setup is also included on the larger Pixel 3 XL, the only difference being the presence of a taller 19:9 display aspect ratio that boasts a notch up top. Now, moving on to the rear, the two devices sport identical designs, with the renders confirming a look that simply refines the one seen on the Pixel 2 series. This means a single rear camera lens is once again present in the top left corner along with a dual-tone LED flash that is placed slightly to the right. Additionally, the two-tone panel makes a return, although this time the metal portion is rumored to have been replaced by a frosted glass section that will presumably allow for the integration of wireless charging.
In regards to actual details, the regular Pixel 3 looks set to boast a display that sits at 5.4-inches in size, while the larger Pixel 3 XL will increase this to 6.2-inches. However, despite the bigger panels when compared to last year’s devices, both models actually look set to match the dimensions of their predecessors, which boasted displays of 5-inches and 6-inches respectively.
Taking a look at the internal side of things, no exact details have been confirmed as of yet, although both smartphones should be expected to ship with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 on the inside, just like the upcoming Nokia 9. In addition, 4GB of RAM is a possibility inside of the regular variant, while the larger offering is expected to gain access to 6GB of RAM. In either case, though, both should ship with either 128 or 256GB of internal storage.
For those interested in Google’s next smartphone duo, the Pixel 3 series is expected to follow in the footsteps of the original Pixel line and last year’s Pixel 2 devices by being announced at Google’s annual hardware event which will likely take place October 4.