First it was the leaked screen protectors, then it was information about the screen sizes. Now, courtesy of Slaskleaks, we have our first real look at Google's upcoming Pixel 3 XL. For some, myself included, our worst notchmare (nightmare, you get it) looks to be coming true. It will indeed sport the dreaded notch.
Today, Slashleaks leaked out two images of the highly anticipated handset. The first (above), shows the front of the device that confirms a notch design with dual front-facing cameras and a chin (bottom bezel). With the second image (below), we see a familiar design that looks nearly identical to the Pixel 2 XL. There is a single camera on the top left corner with LED flash and a centralized fingerprint scanner. Returning is that trademark two-toned finish with glass on top and the rest being aluminum.
According to the image that shows the front, this model seems to indicate that it has 128GB of internal storage. In addition, it appears that Pixel 3 XL will not see an increase in RAM and will match it's predecessor by having only 4GB of RAM. Slashleaks has a solid reputation, but you should still have a pinch of salt in hand with any leaks. This is especially true with the device still about four months away from being announced.