Google is planning to launch its next generation of Google Pixel devices in the coming months. As the anticipated launch window closes in, the number of reports with potential information on the specifications, launch date, and other details regarding the device. A number of reports have revealed the potential specifications of the Google Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL. According to a new report by Playfuldroid, Pixel 3 XL has been spotted on the Chinese benchmarking tool, Master Lu. The Master Lu listing has confirmed a number of details about the upcoming device that were revealed in recent leaks.
According to the report, Google Pixel 3 XL will come with a 2K display with 2960×1440 pixels resolution and an 18.5: 9 ratio. Another thing to note here is that the 3 XL will come with 4GB RAM which indicates that the smaller model, the Pixel 3 is likely to come with 3GB RAM instead of the 4GB option. As pointed by the report 4GB RAM is sufficient to run most apps but it may show signs of slight sluggishness with time. As previously reported, the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC.
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The expected design of the device has already leaked out on the internet where both the devices will come with notched displays. This comes right after it was reported that Google is planning to launch the Pixel 3 lineup on October 4, 2018. If the company sticks with the date then this will be the third time in a row where the company has launched its Pixel devices on the same date.
Google has not issued any official statement about the leaked specifications or the rumored launch date of its upcoming flagship smartphone lineup. It is likely that the company will launch other hardware products along with the Pixel 3 lineup at the launch event.