The leaks show off the device from pretty much every angle and reinforce much of what we’ve seen already: glass backs, one camera on the back, and two cameras on the front. The XL has a chunky chin and notch, while the smaller model sticks to bezels on both sides, albeit far smaller than those on its predecessor.
Where previous devices were mostly metal and features a small pane of glass up top for the antennas, it seems Google is giving the Pixel 3 the full glass treatment. Hopefully that means wireless charging, but as we’ve seen from Huawei and OnePlus, glass isn’t a guarantee.
Here’s a 360 render of the Pixel 3 XL:
And of the Pixel 3:
Both devices are expected to be very close to the dimensions of their predecessors. While such renders don’t always tell the full story, they should give a decent impressions of what to expect in terms of shape and materials come the fall. I just hope they bring back the Panda color.