It was only last month when the alleged specifications for Google's upcoming Pixel successors were revealed in an in-depth report. The report gave us details about its display sizes, processor, RAM configurations, and more. Now, new images have popped up online that show us alleged images of Pixel 2 XL cases, giving us a general idea of how the device might look when it is released.
While we really can't see much because there isn't an actual physical device or render in the image, if these are to be believed, we do get to see that the fingerprint reader that will still remain on the rear similar to the current Pixel and Pixel XL. There is also a cutout on the bottom for what is most likely for the USB Type-C charging port and what appears to be a larger cutout for the camera sensor.
As we know from the previously leaked information about the specifications, the Pixel successors will not rely on a dual camera sensor, which has become quite the trend in 2017, but will instead go with a single camera with a dual flash array. Regardless, the camera sensor cutout on the back of the case is fairly large, which could mean the arrival of a camera hump and a better sensor. Also, on the top of the device, it looks like there could be an opening for a headphone jack.
Per usual, we will have to wait a few more months to see what Google has in store for us, as it is speculated that the firm will reveal its new handsets sometime in the winter.