A series of renders of Google’s forthcoming Pixel 3 XL have given us the clearest idea yet of what to expect from Google’s next–generation flagship.
The drawings, based on recently leaked specs, show off a phone with a slick looking edge-to-edge display, as well as a small notch at the top of the device and a ‘chin’ at the bottom for housing core tech.
The handset also clearly houses a dual lens front–facing camera, something which has featured heavily in reports about the device in recent weeks.
The large scale phone is said to come with a single lens camera on the back, utilising the same tech which has helped previous Pixel phones stand out from the crowd.
Google is widely expected to launch the Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3 later this year, with an October event said to be in the offing.
That should give it the chance to suss out competition from Samsung and Apple, which are both expected to reveal their 2018 devices on August and September respectively.
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