So, if the Google Pixel 3 XL does indeed have a notch, will you pick one up? Wide notch is similar to the iPhone X one, while the narrow notch is similar to the essential phone one. Google is now working on the Pixel 3 devices internally, post which the mass production of the smartphones will commence.
According to a report, the company is planning to remove the bezels entirely on Pixel 3 XL smartphone, but it might retain the notch and chin to keep stereo speakers on the front of the phone. This, in comparison to the 216 million units that Apple shipped during the same period is very alarming and a pale figure indeed.
Google was consistent with the unveiling schedules of the previous Pixel devices.
Furthermore, in the US, Google will look to partner with Verizon once again for exclusive carrier deals, the Bloomberg report says.
The plans for the new Pixels could change before the phones are released, the people said.
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Google's Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL flagships were praised by nearly everyone for their exceptional cameras, but the phones' OLED displays attracted serious criticism from reviewers. HTC has long worked to match Apple as a design-led phone brand, and Google acquired parts of HTC Corp back in January. The larger of the two phones, which are rumoured to be called the "Pixel 3" and "Pixel 3 XL", will reportedly feature an edge-to-edge display like the iPhone X. According to Bloomberg, Google's 2018 phones won't be falling on either side of the notch battle.
In the leaked image, the Pixel 3 XL has a notch like iPhone X. In the notch area, there are three round holes - possibly for two cameras, a 3D Face unlock sensor and an ambient light sensor. Also, the larger variant will apparently sport dual front-facing cameras, which is something new for the Pixel line.
However, Bloomberg claims that Google is likely to stick with a single-lens camera design this time around, though it will still get an upgrade of some sort.