Unlike the iPhone X, however, the notch appears to house a dual-lens camera setup while a single-lens camera remains on the back of the phone. The fingerprint scanner is also seen at the back. The thirst for Google's own phone series to finally feature wireless charging has swollen to top levels, mostly because these super-techies view the Android hardware standard bearer as repugnant not to stand with Qi or Powermat or any sort of wireless charging at all. 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. The next-generation Pixel phone also has an all-glass back, so it's likely we'll get wireless charging support as well - so far OnePlus is the only company that switched to an all-glass back for no good reason at all.
Interestingly, these photos suggest that the SIM tray will be located at the bottom edge of the smartphone, right next to the USB Type-C port. But hey, all the pieces of the puzzle are here and we can only hope that Google decides to bring back the convenience feature. The codename "crosshatch" is also spotted on the display, lending weight to its legitimacy.
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As for what sort of tactics will be employed Sunday, Nadal's coach, Carlos Moya , offered a hint. Of that set, Thiem said: "If I had lost it, it would have been a very close match".
First and foremost, the expected launch date of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL is October 4. It's not the same "G" logo that appears on all of Google's Pixel phones, but as 9to5Google notes, this logo has appeared on other Pixel prototypes, which makes these images seem even more legit. Hence, we recommend you to take these leaks lightly for now. If newly leaked images of a prototype are to be believed, it looks like the previous rumors could be true.
With Google borrowing features from HTC's latest flagship, it probably won't come as a surprise to learn that the engineering talent that the firm acquired from HTC earlier this year will be heavily involved in developing the new devices. It's unclear, though, what the second sensor will be used for.