Google Pixel 3 XL: Unboxing with Pixel Buds with USB Type-C in Pack

Google Pixel 3 XL

We are once again talking about Google Pixel 3 XL, specifically a pre-production unit of the new smartphone of extra-large size of Big G has just been spotted in some new images and a video unboxing that, between ‘other, also portray the new Google Pixel Buds with USB Type-C that would be included in the sales package of the smartphone.

The third-generation Google Pixels and the new sighting with 4 GB of RAM with the new rumour are even more interesting. The presentation of Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL is approaching and, predictably, leaks and rumours begin to multiply. After seeing renderings and prototype images, finally, we are faced with the first photos of what should be Pixel 3 XL in its final form.

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The photos depict the device in the color that could be called “Clearly White” and do not disprove what was previously seen, therefore do not lead to doubt their authenticity. The images were shared by a Russian blogger on their Telegram channel and show both the front and the back side of the smartphone. A further image, however, has a product that had never been seen before, these are new wired headsets with USB Type-C output with a shape that closely resembles that of Google Pixel Buds.

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The screens on the device display confirm that it is Google Pixel 3 XL with Android 9 OS Pie and an octa-core processor of unspecified Qualcomm (but it is highly probable that it is the Snapdragon 845). There is also talk of a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels and 494 PPI. Furthermore, the presence of 4 GB of RAM is confirmed once again.

The leaked images also show a detail that will make many users turn up their noses, that is, what, due to the notch, should be the appearance of the status bar. Are not the images enough? Here then is the aforementioned unboxing video.

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