Thanks to multiple leaks, it seems all but confirmed by Google itself that the Pixel 3 XL will have a notch. It looks like the Pixel 3 XL will have the notched display, which was speculated considering Android P has support for the same.
It's a similar system to what Google has used with the likes of the Pixel 2, and could be used to better allow a single-lens camera to create the bokeh effect in Portrait Mode, as well as potentially benefiting HDR mode. In a nutshell, the rear of the device isn's very different from that of the Pixel 2 XL save for the position of the LED flash and laser focus module. Additionally, you can see the power button and volume rocker that are in an nearly identical position as last year's and confirmation that Google will; unsurprisingly not be bringing back the headphone jack. We will have to wait for a while before Google announces Pixel 3. After all, Google might run into complications at the 11th hour, foregoing wireless charging on the Pixel 3 in the end. Perhaps one of the more common pieces of information is that the upcoming and unannounced Pixel 3 XL would proudly incorporate a notch into its front display.
The back of the device holds another surprise: the absence of dual rear cameras.
We are still some time away from an official announcement, but we're gradually building up a picture of what the Google Pixel 3 will be like.
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Last year's Pixel 2 didn't throw everything possible into a handset, instead making steady iterative improvements over the first generation product. This cutout won't be as wide as that on the iPhone X, but Bloomberg claims that it will be taller. Leaks come out so often, that we expect to know what the new devices will look like before they are revealed. There are two front-facing cameras and I, for one, am hoping this is a sign of a Google-developed version of Face ID for secure unlocking. Even among Android vendors, Google is nowhere near the top-selling phone brand despite the fact that its Pixel branded smartphones offer huge advantages over the competition.
That's it for now, but we're hopefully going to see more of this soon. If the Pixel 3 XL does have a glass back, then it may come with wireless charging support as well.