Google’s "Pixel Stand" For Pixel 3 LEAKS: Not Your Average Wireless Charger!

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The white colorway appears to keep the contrasting-colored power button.

Besides the obvious, the fastboot sequence reveals that the device in question is going under the 'crosshatch' moniker and has 4GB of RAM with 64GB of UFS internal storage.

Google to launch Pixel Stand charging dock with Pixel 3
Google Pixel 3 XL leaks again, this time in white

While these images don't provide us with any new details about the Pixel 3 XL, they do give us further visual confirmation of the handset's design.

A fresh leak purports to show the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL smartphone that could lure iPhone owners away from their next upgrade come September. At this point, it has been made overly clear that Google is moving forward with the notch and is using it to house the front-facing sensors and earpiece.

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Now, more information about the Pixel Stand suggests that the device would not only act as a wireless charger but also help turn the phone into an assistant-powered smart screen. Presumably, there's nothing to stop the Pixel Stand working with any number of wireless charging Android phones - but we suspect it will have the "Pixel exclusive" label attached at launch. But even though the notch provides more screen real estate to users, Google then interrupts the all-screen illusion by including a large chin.

The leaker confirmed that the back of the phone is "totally glass", as earlier rumors have indicated.

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The Google Pixel 3 looks like it'll be capitalizing on what works with the Pixel 2, and what worked with Pixel 1.

What do you think of the alleged Pixel 3 XL? The addition of code to the Google app may hint at new devices, but plans within organizations can change at any moment and the device might never see the light of day.

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