Besides the obvious, the fastboot sequence reveals that the device in question is going under the 'crosshatch' moniker and has 4GB of RAM with 64GB of UFS internal storage. However, Google is also known to unveil several accessories for the Pixel devices alongside and we could be looking at a very important one for this year. At this point, it has been made overly clear that Google is moving forward with the notch and is using it to house the front-facing sensors and earpiece. Where before the glass and metal sections on the back of the phone were very sharply defined, here they appear to have been able to match the color of the glass and the metal to an extreme degree - at least on this model. You can just about make out a front facing camera and another pinhole lens/flash/sensor - one either side of the ear-position speaker.
So there are still three more flagships that we are still waiting, each coming from Samsung, Apple and Huawei, there is still one more device that hasn't pick up the hype train yet and that'd be the Google Pixel 3 series.
Front and back
Last year's Google Pixel 2 XL was widely praised for its photographic prowess. They'll then put the Pixel 3 (and the Pixel 3 XL) on sale by the end of that same month. Sadly we cant figure out if the panel here is the same, although it is very likely both the 3 XL and the regular 3 will finally go with the power-efficient screen. Earlier leaks indicate that the phone will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. While the company has remotely disabled the device's ability to boot, its appearance confirms previous leaks that Google plans to join the trend of the notch.More news: Trump says he is willing to meet with Iranian leaders