Google is expected to bring new members into its Pixel family of devices this fall, presumably in October, if tradition is followed. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have been leaked on varied occasions, and again the two smartphones' mockup renders have surfaced online, along with screen mockups for developers to do early tinkering with. The renders show the two Pixel smartphones from all angles, and are a representation of all that has been leaked so far. The renders showcase the two devices in Black and White colours.
These latest renders are courtesy Martin Hajek, who has released 3D mockups of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. The bigger variant is seen sporting the display notch with two camera sensors corroborating with previous leaks. At the bottom, the Pixel 3 XL sports a slight chin to house the speaker grille. The bottom edge has the USB-C port, and the back has a single camera lens with a matte-like coating on the glass. There is no 3.5mm audio jack in sight.
The Pixel 3 sports no notch, instead has a slight bezel to house the two camera sensors, and a slight chin at the bottom for the speaker grille. The back looks similar to the XL variant with a single camera setup, and a matte-like area at the back.
Hajek has also released detailed screen mockups of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, for app developers to showcase or test their app or website on them. They come with a transparent background for easy editing, and are compatible with Photoshop CS6 (or newer) on Windows or MacOS.
Previous reports suggest that the new Pixel devices will come with a visual core chip, and a dual selfie camera setup with new 'Super Selfies' feature for improved portrait mode and more. It is expected to bring Google Lens support as well.