Now that the release week of the Galaxy Note 9 has finally arrived, the Pixel 3 has displaced Samsung's flagship, which is most likely to be in an online leak. Only a few days after it was first seen in the wild, the Pixel 3 XL once again appeared in public and was again photographed by a MobileSyrup reader.
Interestingly, the photos appear to have been taken once again in Canada's public transport system, possibly by the same early Pixel 3 XL user. But unlike last week's shots, they were taken directly, giving us a much clearer view of the phone's design. If there was any doubt that the phone would have an iPhone X-like notch on top of the display, these doubts were surely erased by this last round of leaks.
The first of the two photos also shows us two fronts cameras, but we have to wait until Google reveals the phone this fall to find out which dual-front cameras bring to the table. I have a feeling that bokeh-effect portrait selfies will be in the mix, and unlocking Google's face can also be upgraded.
 The back of the phone is mostly obscured on the second photo, but the single lens of the rear camera returns from last year's Pixel 2 XL. The only conspicuous difference is that the glass on the backside is bent down the edges into the Pixel 3 XL material (unless Google includes a cloth back).