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The Google Pixel 3 XL that you’re trading in was released in November 2018. To visually describe the Pixel 3 XL you’re selling, it has a Gorilla glass front and back with an aluminum frame that binds them together at the side. The glass at the back has a two tone fade with 20% at the top being shiny and the rest matte look.
You’ll also notice curved edges and a large pultruding ‘notch’ from the top of the front touchscreen that contains the camera on the Pixel 3 XL you’re trading in. The other notable thing from the ‘notch’ is what they call the ‘bezel’ (the area surrounding the screen before the edge of the phone). This leaves the phone with a screen to body ratio of 83% which is some great progress but the bottom speaker and camera do leave a sizable gap still compare with other models released in 2018.
The screen itself is 6.3 megapixel OLED display with 1440 x 2960 pixels resolution – meaning the screen itself is pretty great! The ‘notch’ on the front of the screen does contain dual 8 megapixel cameras making up for the loss of size with some great photos. The rear camera was 12.2 megapixels.
The Pixel 3 XL accepts a MicroSD card, Nano SIM and comes with either 64GB or 128 GB storage sizes – make sure when selling your Pixel 3 XL you select the correct storage size to get the most accurate quote.
The Google Pixel 3 XL was released in November 2018 and made quite the splash with its awesome camera. The screen was impressive too, taking up most the area of the phone with only a small cut out (notch) for the camera on its large 6.3 inch screen. People chose this XL device primarily for the larger screen, battery and extra hours of life that comes with it.