I guess it’s safe to assume that Google Pixel 3 XL devices have indeed been stolen before the official release in October. How else can one explain the live images of the Pixel 3 XL and the availability on the black market?
And now, another unboxing video of the device has surfaced. A YouTuber named In DIGI has posted a Google Pixel 3 XL video, confirming all the previously known facts about the device.
The video shows the Pixel 3 accessories, including a USB Type-C cable, a charger, wired USB Type-C earbuds, a headphone jack adapter, and USB Type-C to USB Type-A adapter.
Again the device holds a deep notch, housing the “super selfie” dual camera. And there’s a lime colored power button on the side as well.
As for the hardware, previous reports have suggested a Snapdragon 845 processor and 4 GB RAM. Apart from that, the 6.2- inch OLED device will carry a 3430 mAh battery and reportedly will come in 64GB and 128GB variants.
Kudos to our team members who were able to spot “googel.com” on the Pixel headphone. Although the domain leads to the Google search engine, it certainly caused me to raise an eyebrow on the likelihood of being a fake.
Or else another DVT sample (Design verification test), a prototype which is rigorously tested before the final version. Nevertheless, this kind of massive leak for Google is still a huge setback for the company sales and image.