The pictures of the phone, courtesy of XDA-Developers forum member dr.guru, show the phone from the front, back and well, every angle you could really want. The panda color scheme did give the Pixel 2 a lot of personality, so it's weird to see Google removing the popular color scheme, making the all-white Pixel 3 XL look bland at best. Wireless charging is yet unconfirmed but at the rate of these leaks we're pretty sure more information will be unveiled soon.More news: Apple to take the headphone jack out of iPad
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A prototype of Google's Pixel 3 XL has made its way into the wild, corroborating numerous rumours we've heard so far. On the front we've got a considerable notch at the top, housing cameras and one of the front-facing speakers, while on the bottom there's a noticeable bezel which and the second front-facing speaker. Unlike previous Pixel phones, the Pixel 3 is widely believed to feature wireless charging this time around with the source of the leak saying that the rear panel is entirely made of glass, unlike the Pixel 2 XL with its glass and metal design. I personally use an iPhone X and the notch never gets in the way, though the bigger size of the Pixel 3 XL's notch could offer a different experience.
The leak also appears to confirm that a version with 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage is on the way.
Earlier reports did say that the Pixel 3 phones will sport a glass sandwich design to support wireless charging.