Google is gearing up for the launch of its new handsets, the Pixel and Pixel XL, tomorrow evening, and we're already pretty sure what to expect.
The leaks have been flooding in ahead of the new phones' launch, but just in case there was any mystery remaining, Carphone Warehouse has given us a comprehensive look at the two Pixels by accidentally publishing a page for the new devices.
New shots of the handsets appeared on the phone seller's website (via 9to5Google) alongside information and specs.
It comes as Canadian carrier Bell also sent a couple of pages live (via AndroidAuthority), revealing the phones in all their glory.
And although the latest shots don't reveal anything too surprising, they are by far our best look yet at Google's upcoming devices.
What's more, the images have seemingly confirmed the new 'Phone by Google' tagline, revealed in the Bell leak – putting to rest any speculation that we could still see the 'Nexus' branding return.
So what else have we learned from the leak? Well, in terms of specs, the Carphone pages list the expected 5-inch and 5.5-inch displays, Snapdragon 821 processors, and 4GB of RAM we've already heard about.
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Also included in the listed specs are 32GB or 128GB storage options, a 2770mAh and 3450mAh battery for the Pixel and Pixel XL respectively, and a possible microSD card slot.
The leak also seemingly confirms the screen resolution for both devices, with the Pixel said to come with a 1,080 x 1,920 display, and the XL listed as featuring a 1,440 x 2,560 offering.
There's also two cutouts on the base of the phone, suggesting we could be getting two rear-firing speakers.
It also looks like we've had our first look at the new Google Assistant-led Google app featuring suggestions of the type we've seen in the company's new chat service Allo.
Google will launch the new phones at a dedicated event tomorrow evening, so stay tuned to TrustedReviews for the latest updates.
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