Those pictures reveal such details as an all-glass back (as is the fashion these days), a display notch, a single lens camera system that sticks out from the back ever so slightly, and interestingly a speaker grill at the bottom of the display (on the phone's "chin"). That said, Google for some reason has still gone with single rear camera and is relying on its software. That suggests that we may not see this come to fruition for a while, but also shows that it's something Apple is continuing to think about and possibly work on. Also on the phone's back is a mysterious circular logo that has been used on Google prototypes in the past. In fact, the matte section looks nearly as though it's been painted on, and it doesn't run the whole way around the perimeter of the back, nor does it meet flush with the frame. Further, there is a USB Type-C port a the bottom of the device and to the left, there's the SIM card tray. But hey, all the pieces of the puzzle are here and we can only hope that Google decides to bring back the convenience feature. Furthermore, the volume rockers and the power button are housed at the same spot as was on the previous generation. The codename "crosshatch" is also spotted on the display, lending weight to its legitimacy. The fingerprint sensor is in about the same place as the Pixel 2's, and even the Google logo (which appears to have been spoofed the hide the identity of this test device) is in the same place.
Keep in mind that this design is allegedly just for the Pixel 3 XL. Hence, we recommend you to take these leaks lightly for now. It's the larger of the two devices, and it's pretty similar to what we saw a year ago. You can see the render images below. Again, these are not the final version images, and just based on prototype leaks.
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It merits mentioning here, though, that it's possible that this is an early prototype of the next Google flagship and the company isn't due to launch it until October this year at least.