I’ll cut right to the chase: if you scroll down a bit you will see literally everything you could want to see of the Google Pixel 3 XL. You’ll see the box contents, the front of the device, the back of the device, camera samples, and even a GIF of someone wirelessly charging the device. In fact, if you scroll down, you will see pretty much everything you’ll see in October when we do our official hands-on review of the Google Pixel 3 XL.
But before you scroll down to view all that stuff, stay with me for a minute. Why is this happening? We are over a month out from Google’s launch of this phone and we already know everything there is to know. There are only three possible explanations for this level of leaking:
- Google suddenly became the worst secret-keeper in the mobile industry.
- Google is purposely leaking these devices to build up hype.
- Google is purposely leaking these fake devices to troll us all.
I don’t see any other possible explanations, but please, if you have any, throw them into the comments below.
Assuming there are no other theories, I think we can all agree that Choice 1 is the least likely. This is Google we’re talking about. That only leaves Choice 2 and Choice 3.
Myself, I really hope it’s Choice 3 and this is all a big prank. I really don’t like the way this phone looks and the alleged specs seem to be a tad suspicious. That’s just my opinion but judging from the comment sections of the previous leaks of the device I can see that I am not alone in thinking that.
Whatever the case, here we go. Here are crystal-clear images of the Google Pixel 3 XL via @Wylsacom on Twitter:
If that’s not enough for you, here’s a tweet from Twitter user @khoroshev showing the wireless charging capabilities of the Google Pixel 3 XL:
— Максим Хорошев (@khoroshev) August 22, 2018
Here are some camera samples that were allegedly shot using the Google Pixel 3 XL:
Finally, here is what you’ll find in the box when you buy a Google Pixel 3 XL, via Rozetked:
If you look at the earbuds, you’ll see we’ve blocked-out the first portion of an email address. You’ll notice that the trail of the address is “@googel.com.” I don’t know about you, but that seems pretty fishy to me.
Like I said, I really hope this is just Google trolling us all. If it’s not, and this is the Google Pixel 3 XL that will make its official debut over a month from now, then that will be incredibly disappointing.
Hit up the comments below and let us know what you think.