It's unusual that a boxed, production model Google Pixel 3 XL has been leaked so far in advance of the expected launch date, which is thought to be 4 October, but it's not beyond the realms of possibility.
The outlet has acquired numerous images from the channel which seem to reveal quite a bit of information about the device - the pictures show the front and back of the device, giving us a glimpse of what the Pixel 3 XL's final design could be. We don't know the exact screen size as of yet, but resolution is listed as 1,440 x 2,960 with 494 pixels per inch. Are you okay with that deep notch?
It looks a lot like the Pixel 2 XL, with the only difference being the notch.
The exterior looks are not too surprising at this point. You can connect them with the included 3.5mm adapter as Pixel 3 won't have a headphone jack just like the previous iteration. To make things even more interesting, we now have another leak that puts Google's upcoming Pixel 3 XL front and center. The images show the Pixel 3 XL switched on and in working condition, lending weight to its legitimacy. You will still find the main camera and LED flash on the top left-hand side with a fingerprint sensor on the back. That'd indicate that we're running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 here - which is right on the mark for what this smartphone's been rumored to run for the past several weeks. As pointed by a reader over at Android Police, the camera app icon on the homescreen has a dogfood notation implying that this phone could have originally belonged to a Google employee for testing purposes. It has an Adreno 630 GPU and runs Android 9.