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White color variant of the Google Pixel 3 XL exposed in new images

Just last week, we got to take another look at the unannounced and upcoming Pixel 3 XL. While there are still some months left before we get an official release, new images have surfaced, showing off the handset in white.

The new images come courtesy of XDA Developers. The Pixel 3 XL can be seen in a new color, which if the past is any indication, could be called 'Clearly White' when it arrives in its official form. From the front, you can barely see the white border around the display, but flip it around, and you get a beautiful chalky white color that makes up the entire rear.

Whereas previous models had a metal and glass construction with a distinct split of the two materials on the rear, it looks like Google might be attempting to make things look a bit more sleek with the upcoming Pixel 3 XL, having the rear look like one piece of the same material. The change in design could be to accommodate the rumored wireless charging feature the phone will have. However, the source was unable to confirm whether this feature was present.

As far as other details, we can see that this unit in the pictures is a test model (EVT 1.0) with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The design could change, but for now, we can see that the top part of the display is notched, while the bottom part still has a sizeable chin. There isn't much information in terms of its specifications, but you can probably expect it to arrive with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor. The Google Pixel 3 XL is expected to arrive later this year.

Source: XDA Developers

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