Google's Pixel 3 might come with a pair of wired Pixel Buds

Google's Pixel 3 might come with a pair of wired Pixel Buds

Google's Pixel 3 might come with a pair of wired Pixel Buds

It looks a lot like the Pixel 2 XL, with the only difference being the notch. Looking at the front of the device we can see an iPhone X-like notch which appears to house two cameras.

The Google Pixel 3 XL has not been shy about showing its face.

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.

The unboxing images and video show a heavily notched white Pixel 3 XL with an 8-core Qualcomm processor, which could be a Snapdragon 845.

Google's Pixel 3 might come with a pair of wired Pixel Buds

Does speedy software updates make up for Google's unusual design choices?

The Android 9 Pie release is the proof in the proverbial pudding that Android as an operating system has hit its stride. The Pixel 3 XL, meanwhile, may boast a light green power button instead.

The images show the front and back of what appears to be the Clearly White variant of the Pixel 3 XL with that fingerprint reader on the back and a single rear camera. But does the notch feel a bit tall to anyone else? So we pretty much know what this device is going to look like. Coincidentally or not, Google released Android 9 Pie just a few days ago and managed to made headlines at a time when everyone was talking about Samsung's Galaxy Note 9. However, you can never see too many leaks, and this time they include a short unboxing video. We can also see a USB-C to 3.5mm dongle (there's no built-in headphone jack), a USB-C to USB-A adapter for transferring information from another device, and the usual USB-C charging cable. Surprisingly, Google is including a pair of USB Type-C headphones with a Pixel Buds-like design. They're all about changing the phone, after all, not the accessories.

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