New HD video of Google Pixel 3 XL surfaces



Earlier this month, we showed you a unboxing video starring the Google Pixel 3 XL. At the time, there were a number of leaks starring the device, and it was unclear where these phones were coming from. As it turns out, it appears that a number of pre-release units ended up for sale in the Ukrainian black market, priced at $2,000 each. The Pixel 3 XL and the Pixel 3 are expected to be unveiled on October 4th.

The latest video once again shows the Pixel 3 XL getting unboxed. We see the phone and with its screen rumored to be anywhere between 6.2 and 6.7-inches (carrying a 1440 x 2960 resolution), it sure looks large. The back of the device continues with the two-tone design, the single 12.2MP camera, and the fingerprint scanner. The box also contains a set of ear buds that plug into the Type-C port, the USB-C to USB-C cable for the charger, and a USB-C to 3mm dongle for third-party earphones. In the box, you'll also find the quick switch adapter used to download files from another phone to the Pixel 3 XL and a #TeamPixel sticker. We expect the Pixel 3 XL to be powered by the Qualcomm 845 Mobile Platform, and come with 4GB of RAM. The phone will have Android 9.0 Pie pre-installed.

The video includes live footage of the Pixel 3 XL, and once again we are treated to the handset's notch. We also get to see the new dual selfie cameras in front of the phone that takes "Super Selfies." A sample selfie is included in the video.

Check out this new video of the Pixel 3 XL by clicking on the video at the top of this article.

source: InDigi via 9to5Google

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