The Pixel 2 XL has an orange button on the side, which makes it stand out.
If you dislike the iPhone X due to its notched display at the front, you are going to hate the Pixel 3 XL even more. These specs were further backed up by a separate leak on Tuesday from MySmartPrice, which points to a benchmark listing for the Pixel 3 XL from Chinese database Master Lu.
From the looks of things, Google will continue to include the audio adapter with the new Pixel 3 devices. From the unboxing video (mirrored above from a Russian tech blogger's Telegram account) and the additional images we can see that the Google Pixel 3 XL box contains the previously noted Pixel Buds-style USB-C earphones, a 3.5mm adaptor, a USB adapter, and a USB-C cable.
There have been multiple reports in the past revealing a notch design for the Pixel 3 XL.
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Even a brand like Laker, which once prided itself on its $1-a-bottle price point, is retailing at $1.95 for a 473 ml can. It added that the taxes make up "a large part" of beer prices, and affordability of beer has to take that into account.
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Interestingly, the back of the device only has a single camera - the rear dual-camera hardware you'd expect to see in a modern smartphone has been moved to the front of the device instead. But does the notch feel a bit tall to anyone else?
Pixel 3 will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 CPU and 4GB of RAM. Surprisingly, Google is including a pair of USB Type-C headphones with a Pixel Buds-like design. Thanks to the way Android 9 Pie works, you usually get two actual icons and a third "overflow" icon indicating that you have more icons to look at. There seems to be a plastic box in the middle of the headphone cord, which might be for an in-line remote.