In the top stories this week: Google's Pixel 3 XL was shown several times times, Chrome's material makeover gets a start date, we share initial thoughts about it the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and much more
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Google Pixel 3 XL leaks Galore
The biggest story this week was Google's Pixel 3 XL and the spate of new leaks that came on the net , Camera samples, videos showing wireless charging, and even a full review can be found on the Internet, and we've described everything under the links below.
Along with the flood of leaks, we've been able to share information from sources, as Google uses the two front-facing cameras on this device, as well as Google plans to update Visual Core on this device.
A Primary Goal of the Google Pixel 3, According to a Source Familiar with the Phone The two front-facing cameras of Pixel 3 XL shoot better selfies. We've been told that the resulting images are similar to other fake bokeh implementations, but with some enhancements that set the pixel apart from the competition. Google is looking forward to seeing "how people like enhanced portrait mode," said one source.
Also, we have exclusively revealed that the flood of leaked pixels 3 XL information is largely due to a black market trader selling early units.
9to5Google has learned that many of the leaks have come in recent weeks thanks to a Ukrainian seller offering a large number of potentially stolen Pixel 3 XL units for $ 2,000 each.
Alphabet Scoop has also covered these gaps with some additional information about the phone.
Outside of pixel news, we also uncovered this week that Google Chrome is bringing the material design makeover next to all users on multiple platforms
Even before the Google Material Theme was unveiled at I / O 2018, The Chrome team has been working on a major redesign for the browser that has many similarities, such as rounded corners and bright white backgrounds. This "Material Design Refresh" is now available for both desktop and mobile devices from September with Chrome 69.
Finally, in our first review, we also expressed our initial thoughts on the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9  This phone is basically as perfect as you can get from a hardware perspective. It has great battery life, a premium case with a great design, a fantastic display and every hardware and software feature to justify your purchase.
The grade 9 is a spectacular phone, and if you were on the fence about buying one, I can say it's definitely worth a try … if you can afford it.
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