We had a hint at these designs back in May when some tempered glass screen protectors for the Pixel 3 and 3XL were leaked. Google will unveil the next-generation Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices about two months from now. From the front, you can barely see the white border around the display, but flip it around, and you get a handsome chalky white color that makes up the entire rear.
The device, also leaked by XDA-Developers, is believed to be a wireless charging device for some upcoming Google devices.
Along with the Pixel 3 XL, analysts have projected that Google will launch a smaller Pixel device that'll be reminiscent of the Pixel 2.
On the all-glass back, we've got the fingerprint sensor and the single-lens camera setup we expect for the Pixel 3 XL phone.
The photos released are actually of a 64GB and 4GB RAM variant, however, the user had claimed that Google remotely erased the device thus preventing it from booting up.
Our assumption there is that the lock screen could show you useful information, possibly through Google's At a Glance widget that already shows you commute times, upcoming meetings, and the time and weather.
You'll be able to deliver instructions to the Google AI assistant even with your phone locked.
Wireless charging has been available for around five years now and we still haven't experienced furtherance in this tech until ...