Furthermore, Phone Designer, known for its renders based on leaks, has made fresh ones based on these latest images as well. On the Google Pixel 2 XL, the SIM card tray was on the left-hand side of the device. Expect the Pixel 3 XL, which is expected to arrive in October, to feature a protruding single-lens rear camera, a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. As a result there's a notch, though leaked screen protectors (of all things) suggest that the regular sized Pixel 3 will not notch the display, and will instead have a bar running along the top much like the Samsung Galaxy S9. The handset also sports the Pixel 2 XL's chin, though the bottom speaker is not visible in the picture. The fingerprint scanner is also seen at the back. If Google's chosen to go this route, it's probably been done to enable wireless charging - something numerous Pixel's competitors from Samsung and Apple already support. The top portion of the back panel is a little glossier than the rest of it, and the distinctive line separating the top and bottom has also been removed. Another highlight of Pixel 3 XL will be a glass back design, though it is unclear at this point if the phone will support wireless charging. But hey, all the pieces of the puzzle are here and we can only hope that Google decides to bring back the convenience feature. And if this is actually an early prototype of the phone, it's possible the final product could end up looking very different.
Leaked images of Google Pixel 3 XL surface online
HTC hasn't been doing too great for the last few years, but that hasn't stopped the company from being able to produce some pretty great phones from time to time.
Migrants remain at sea as Italy-Malta standoff intensifies
Commission spokesperson Margaritis Schinas also told a news conference the priority needed to remain the people on board. The group said it "urgently requests a swift resolution and a designated port of safety".
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Trump lashes out at U.S. allies in Twitter rant
The negotiators included agree-to-disagree language on climate change and on an global commitment to reduce plastics in the world. G7 includes the seven leading industrialized countries of Britain, the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Canada.
You can see an example of the mystery logo in this Google blog post about Pixel designer Ivy Ross, but you'll have to look closely. If newly leaked images of a prototype are to be believed, it looks like the previous rumors could be true. It's unclear, though, what the second sensor will be used for.
Pep Guardiola hits back at Yaya Toure for his ‘lie’
Guardiola says Toure "knows that I'm not racist" and did not raise the issue during their two years together at City. Toure is rated as one of the greatest players City have ever had.