We’ve been hearing rumors about the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL for a while now, and so far we haven’t really seen that many leaked photos save for its front display. However thanks to renders shared by MySmartPrice and @OnLeaks, it looks like we might have a better idea of what to expect.
According to the leaks, the renders are said to be based on CAD files taken from the factory, which means that if it is true, could be the clearest indication of what the phones could look like yet. The renders also show off both the Pixel 3 and the larger Pixel 3 XL, with the latter sporting an edge-to-edge display with a notch at the top, similar to what we’ve seen in the previous leak.
Also what’s interesting is that based on renders, there appears to be dual front-facing cameras for either phone. We can’t be 100% sure if these are cameras or if they’re sensors, but based on their size and design they do appear to be cameras. Other than that, it looks like the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor will remain, which means that if you were hoping for advanced facial recognition ala Face ID, you might be disappointed.
It is also hard to tell if the back of these phones are made from glass which could suggest that wireless charging is supported, but either way we’ll have to wait and see. Google tends to launch its Pixel phones in October which means that we’ll still have a few months left of waiting.