The front side of the phones is recreated after the unofficial pictures arrived online showing Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL but the backside of the phones is the creation of the author.
The Pixel 3 XL is expected to feature a "nearly edge-to-edge screen", aside from thicker bezel, or "chin", at the bottom of the display, Bloomberg noted. This came from examining screen protectors for the incoming PIxel 3 siblings (see below), which show a larger protector - presumably for the Pixel 3 XL - with a notch instead of a top bezel.
Anticipated release dates put the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL out to consumers by October 2018.
At the rear, however, both Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will have upgraded, but single-lens cameras.
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Bloomberg said that Google's Pixel smartphones are widely regarded as some of the best Android-based devices, but they continue to lag far behind Apple's iPhone and products from Samsung. The Pixel 3 XL has promised to have dual front camera lenses, optimizing photo and video output.
Since the Pixel 2 launch, of course, Google has welcomed a sizable chunk of HTC's phone team into its fold. Google intends to keep updating its Pixel line annually as it sees the hardware division as important to the company's long-term future. However, they also pointed out that this information is yet to be finalized and could be changed as the actual production of the Pixel 3 approaches. The smaller model will look similar to the Pixel 2 and won't include the notch or edge-to-edge look, said the report.
Since Android P has native support for screen notches, it's always been assumed that Google would adopt the latest trend in the mobile world with its next-gen Pixels. Android P also uses user behavior and habits to help save battery power. A year ago all the rumor popped up that LG will produce the new Pixels.
Google isn't expected to unveil its new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL flagship phones until the late summer or early fall.
There's likely a lot more to come on the Pixel 3 launch, so stay tuned.