New Google Pixel 3XL Hands-on Video Reveals 6.7-inch Display, 3430mAh battery, 12MP Rear Camera & More
Google Pixel 3XL Images (Photo Credits: LuchkovCh)

With just two months left for the official launch of new Google Pixel 3, the smartphone is one of the most awaited smartphones in the market. Previously, a video surfaced on the internet from a Russian tech blogger that managed to provide the first look of the device. However, the blogger is back again with hands-on video that has revealed more details about Google's upcoming flagship. Google Pixel 3XL Production Model Leaked; Might Come With Headphones: Watch Video.

The video highlights dual-tone design on the white version of the device along with a notch, which seems to be wider and broader. It will now come with a 6.7-inch display panel with a resolution and pixel density of 1440x2960 pixels and 494ppi. Though the product is a pre-release version, we can expect more refined design on the production model.

Google Pixel 3XL Production Model (Photo Credits: androidpolice.com)

Talking about the specifications, the video reveals that Google's Pixel 3XL will be powered by a Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of inbuilt storage. For optics, the smartphone will carry a single rear camera unlike seen on the flagship devices, which comes with dual camera modules. The rear camera could be a 12MP sensor as seen on the predecessor, while the front camera will be an 8MP shooter. The smartphone will be backed by a 3430mAh battery and will run Android's latest version - Android 9 Pie. Flipkart Big Freedom Sale 2018: Exciting Deals on Smartphones like Asus Zenfone Max Pro, Google Pixel 2, Honor 9N & More.

Another underlining aspect to notice from the video is that the smartphone features Always-on Display function with a wallpaper support and this could be exclusive for Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices. Once launched in the global market, the new Pixel 3 will compete against the likes of Samsung Galaxy Note 9, OnePlus 6, iPhone X and more. Expect more details surfacing on the internet as the company is expected to launch the new Pixel 3 devices in October.