It is now time for leaks of the Google Pixel 3 XL, which is already receiving different leaks in months of its presentation, both in features and features and so on. The one that gives us joy today is a very interesting filtration, but on the other hand, very doubtful. Let’s see it below.
The third generation Pixel makes an act of dubious presence
This filtration of which we have had news thanks to Android Police and XDA Developers shows a Google Pixel 3 XL in front and behind in bootloader mode. It is strange since this usually contains sensitive information about the device, this being the first point of doubt. As a good filtration that is, we must take this information with tweezers since it is not official information.
We are going to start analyzing this image. Obviously having no operating system, the device is unlocked for testing and so on, and of course, the serial number is erased. In the image, we can see that it has 4GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. The second image shows its backside.
Both Android Police and XDA Developers (like us) are skeptical, as there are many things that squeak. For starters, the Google symbol that is mirrored, which does not have much logic. Then, the physical aspect of the back is too similar to the Pixel 2 XL with small variations, and above all, has a single sensor.
Leaving us to the specifications, we have “only” 4 GB of RAM. If the Pixel 3 XL would be a RAM that would be clearly below its direct rivals with 6 and 8 GB of RAM. And also, it seems strange to us that in the third generation, there is not a second sensor reserved for the superior model, no matter how good the Pixel camera is.
Although there are things to keep in mind on the positive side. Android Police confirms that the bootloader number that appears in that image could be correct and also, we might think that Google “sins” excessively conservative with its new generation of Google Pixel.
One thing we can venture: if this is not the Google Pixel 3 XL, it looks a lot like it. Surely we will see a very similar version of what we see in these images, for want of an unexpected surprise that gives us a variation in the iconic design of the Pixels of other generations.
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And what do you think?