So far, we have shown you our own size comparison renders of the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, however we now have the full specification sheet.
Google is working hard to complete their new flagship devices that are supposed to be released on 4 October – which is our best bet, considering the fact that both the Pixel and Pixel 2 generations were released on the same exact days previously.
The new leaks are from @OnLeaks who is much known for a few credible leaks from the past. He brought us a few renders such as the iPhone X, which later on turned out to be very accurate.
According to him, the Pixel 3 XL will indeed have a notch, while the smaller Pixel 3 will not – instead it’ll have a design very similar to the Pixel 2 XL with small bezels both on top/bottom.
Both Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will launch with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and likely 4-6GB of RAM. Both Pixels will run Android 9.0 P on day one. There’s also a chance that Google may release the new Pixel flagships with Android 9.1 with some improvements.
The dimensions for the Pixel 3 are 145.6 x 68.2 x 7.9 mm. The display is going to be 5.4″ OLED panel (very likely) with an 18:9 aspect ratio.
Pixel 3 XL
The dimensions for the Pixel 3 XL are 158 x 76.76 x 7.9 mm. The display for the XL version is expected to be 6.2″, which is slightly larger to the Pixel 2 XL – thanks to the notched design.
Both devices will keep their fingerprint sensor located on the rear back panel and have multiple cameras in the front – we are not yet sure if it’s to enhance security (a la FaceID) or to enhance your selfie game.
In case you are interested in our previous comparisons, you may want to take a look at one of our videos and articles:
- Part 2 – Google Pixel 3 XL and Google Pixel 3 compared against 2018 flagships – renders by Techusiast
- Google Pixel 3 XL and Google Pixel 3 compared against 2018 flagships – renders by Techusiast
Comparisons by Techusiast
Based on the leaks, the information of the dimensions and the popularity of our previous post, we decided to leave our own renders in the dark and use the new ones – and make a new comparison.
We have taken extra care to keep the comparisons below very accurate, although in some cases there may be a few millimeter differences – also it is a size comparison.
Just like previously, here are the comparisons.
Let us know your thoughts about the comparisons in the comments section down below!