Google Pixel 3 XL Hands-On Unboxing Video Leaks

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The smartphone season is at its peak. Meizu launched its new smartphones today. Samsung is launching the Galaxy Note 9 tomorrow. Oppo will launch a phone in the coming week. Google is also gearing up to launch its new Pixel phones. Google Pixel 3’s launch date leaked recently suggesting that the phone will come out on October 4. The Pixel 3 XL was also leaked recently showing its front and back. It looks like the Google Pixel 3 leaks will just accelerate further. Today, a hands-on unboxing video of the Google Pixel 3 XL has surfaced on the internet.

The leaked video shows the Google Pixel 3 XL in Clearly White. The Pixel 3 XL can be seen with a QHD display having a notch atop of it. It looks like Google is going with the 19:9 display this time. The notch houses dual front cameras. At the bottom, the chin of the phone can be seen housing the speaker. The Google Pixel 3 XL has a single shooter at its back. The fingerprint scanner can be seen in the middle as well. The Google Logo can be seen at the bottom of the phone’s back. The video also reveals the contents of the box.

Interestingly, the Google Pixel 3 XL has a headphone inside the box. The headphone can be seen with a USB Type-C connector. There was no headphone in the Google Pixel or Pixel 2’s box. Google Pixel 3 XL’s headphone looks pretty cool. Google has also added a USB Type-C to 3.5mm headphone connector. There is a USB Type-C to USB A connector in the box as well. A charger and some booklets are there as well..

According to the video, the Pixel 3 will run on Android Pie out of the box. Rumor has it that the Pixel 3 will skip the navigation keys. The only way to navigate through a Google Pixel 3 will be with the help of the gesture navigations. It may be noted here that Google has focused on the gesture navigation feature in the Android Pie.

You can view the video below.

Other specifications of the Google Pixel 3 XL include a 4 GB RAM and 64/128 GB internal storage. The Google Pixel 3 XL recently made it to GeekBench as well revealing its benchmark score.

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