If you want to see more of the Pixel 3/Pixel 3 XL CAD renders you can head over to MySmartPrice to check them out.
Only last week was the notch confirmed for the XL device after several phone cases emerged on Chinese e-commerce marketplace AliExpress. There is a single camera setup at the back, a fingerprint sensor located back centre, and a Google logo at the rear as well. Sources have indicated that the Google Pixel 3 XL may have a notched OLED display made by LG. The display might also have an 18:9 aspect ratio.
Google is working hard to complete their new flagship devices that are supposed to be released on 4 October - which is our best bet, considering the fact that both the Pixel and Pixel 2 generations were released on the same exact days previously. Hence, the inclusion of an extra camera on the front on both the Pixel 3 and 3 XL leads us to believe that these smartphones will probably come with some advanced level face recognition tech. The smartphone also has dual front-facing speakers, and surprisingly, there also appears to be dual cameras on the front.
Despite all the improvements and radical design changes Google Pixel 3 may end up disappointing many.
The two phones look similar from the back. The back of the Google Pixel 3 XL greatly resembles the smaller variant, with the same glass/metal design. The same goes here as well in terms of dual front-facing cameras.More news: 'We are all Koreans!' Ecstatic Mexican fans mob embassy
Now let's move on to Pixel 3 XL, which is the larger of the two Pixels.
The notch houses a microphone and 2 sensors.
We'll find just how accurate these renders are later this fall, when the Pixel 3 and 3 XL are expected to debut. This is the first time Google will introduce a notch in their smartphones. Just to put things in perspective, Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, released previous year, offers 16:9 and 18:9 aspect ratio, respectively.
So, the Google Pixel 3 looks good regarding the design, and it is good to see that Google is not adding a notch on the smaller Pixel this year.
Nothing is official until Google says so.