Google Pixel 3 hit by another leak and it reveals one of its biggest new features

Google Pixel 3 could be one of the most popular Android phones of the year.

This is because the tech giant has been heavily rumoured to be planning a host of upgrades to its latest Pixel hardware.

In addition to addressing fan concerns from previous devices, the Google Pixel 3 is also expected to feature turbocharged internals, come with Android 9 Pie pre-installed, and tout a new design.

As is tradition with the product line, the Google Pixel 3 is expected to come in two models.

The standard Google Pixel 3 is rumoured to feature a 5.5-inch display while the larger Pixel 3 XL is expected to come in at over 6-inches.

The latter has seemingly been plagued by a ton of leaks that appear to have lifted the lid on some of its best new features.

An alleged Pixel 3 XL unit was recently unboxed by Mobile Review and was shown featuring a controversial notch at the top of its display, a front-facing speaker and a signature rounded fingerprint sensor on its rear.

A single camera was shown on the back of the hardware, hinting Google will once again decide to forgo a system with multiple lenses this year.

But now it appears the Pixel 3 XL has leaked again and one of its biggest new features may have just been revealed.

Android Police declared it was recently sent pictures of an alleged Pixel 3 XL from a reader that claimed they found it in the back of a taxi.

The device was shown once again featuring a notch at the top and an all-screen design.

However images also showed the hardware with two camera sensors on its front.

Although this feature had been widely rumoured beforehand, the pictures give a very clear look at the two front-facing lenses.

Speculation has pointed towards both cameras being eight megapixels in quality – it has been rumoured both will intricately combine to help take more detailed Portrait Mode shots.

Google Pixel 3 was initially expected to be announced at a hardware event by the tech giant on October 4.

This is because both the original Pixel and Pixel 2 were announced on the same date in their respective launch years.

But it appears the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL could buck this trend if a new report from Bloomberg is to be believed.

The outlet insisted Google could be planning a hardware event a few days later, on October 9, in New York City where it will show off its latest and greatest technology.