Apparently theIt came out of the box and no one will save it again.
A Russian blogger was apparently made of a Pixel 3 XL, which is expected to come on the market in October. Meanwhile, the blogger shares a lot of information with details about the new phone. The blog has everything from the design of the phone (and its notch) to features such as wireless charging – which he even showed in a video on Twitter.
He also showed what is on the phone. You will see a USB-C charger (with European contact adapter) and wired headphones that use the Pixel Buds design, with curved laces such as adjustable loops to keep them in the ear. (Please note that the). Unfortunately, hearing aids with a USB-C connection suggest that the Pixel 3 XL does not have a headphone jack – you can not see them on the images – like the Pixel 2.
If you look closely at the headphone adapter label, you'll see that there are & # 39; DVT examples & # 39; standing, which may mean that the filtered pixel is a design verification test model – an early sample that was probably not intended to leave the company. Pixel hearing aids also have an e-mail address @ googel.com (note the error) on the label, making the filtering look a little less reliable. Our e-mail was interrupted when we tried to send a message to that address, so maybe this leak is a fiasco.
The blog also notes that the Pixel 3 XL comes with a high quality camera. To prove it, they took photos with the phone and published them on Instagram, with the hashtag # Pixel3XL.
The phone that made these photos has a 12.2-megapixel rear camera with an aperture of f / 1.8, according to the EXIF information, which is the same as Pixel 2. The EXIF information also refers to an 8-megapixel front camera with a /1.8 aperture, although it does not identify the phone model.
Most photo's are made in London and the power adapter in the box is common in England, Russia and the European Union. However, we can not be sure where and when a Pixel 3 XL can be made that has not been released.
Google has not responded at this time by a request for comment.