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. The leak includes an unboxing video, showing what looks like the Pixel 3 XL in packaging similar to its predecessor.
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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. The Pixel 2 XL has an orange button on the side, which makes it stand out. As recent rumors have suggested, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor and Adreno 630 graphics, but with just 4GB of RAM. And it has a single camera on the back. These pictures confirm that the notch is about twice as tall as other notch designs. The leaked device was remotely erased, so we didn't really get to see much of the software, or how Android Pie looks on this thing. Coincidentally or not, Google released Android 9 Pie just a few days ago and managed to made headlines at a time when everyone was talking about Samsung's Galaxy Note 9.
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You can also catch a quick unboxing video for the Pixel 3 XL through the source link, but it mostly focuses on the contents of the box and not enough on the phone. They appear to be USB-C headphones, but with that very familiar Pixel Buds design. There seems to be a plastic box in the middle of the headphone cord, which might be for an in-line remote. They're all about changing the phone, after all, not the accessories.