Not only we get to see its new notched display, the video also reveals what you'll get in the box.
Published by Android Police, from Russian source Канал Лучкова, the images show the notch-adorned white version of the phone, inside the full release box along with earbuds, headphone adapter and what looks to be a USB-C to USB-A adapter (or HDMI). The images reveal that the Pixel 3 XL will continue to sport a single rear camera setup, a rear fingerprint sensor, a display notch in the front, and slight bezel at the bottom of the device.
That's because they are hands-on shots of an alleged full production model of the phone and if not genuine, someone has gone to an terrible lot of trouble to make them look that way. There is a charging brick and cable along with an USB Type-C to 3.5mm adapter.
In addition, we can now see that the power button is a different color from the rest of the phone after all, only it's a light shade of green/blue rather than orange like we'd previously seen on prototype models.
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Google isn't changing much about the design on the back of the phone.
Google Pixel 3 XL on-screen information confirms the name of the phone.
The new photos show a phone that looks very similar to the purported Pixel 3 XL in photos posted to the XDA Developers forum in early June. That sounds a lot like the Snapdragon 845, which again would be consistent with rumors about the processor for the Pixel 3.