Last month, a 360-degree video and CAD-based (computer assisted design) renders leaked out that completely revealed Google's unannounced Pixel 3 XL. A few days ago, a few live photos of the highly anticipated handset found it's way to the internet.
A junior member of XDA Developers that goes by the alias "dr.guru" posted live photos of the device in a Clearly White variant on the popular forums. The photos reveal a notch design with a decent sized "chin" at the bottom (bottom bezel) and front-facing speakers.
On the back, there's a single camera with LED Flash and a fingerprint scanner. According to the poster of the photos, the rear is made of “totally glass.” He further describes the rear glass design by stating that the “top part is glossy and the bottom is matte." Having an all glass back could indicate that the handset will have wireless charging, but the poster was unable to confirm.
As far as specs go, the images confirm the device to have 4GB of RAM with 64GB of internal storage. It is fair to assume the handset will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and come with Android 9.0 out of the box.
Source: dr.guru via XDA Developers