The video gives us a good look at the packaging and what's included in the box.
A Ukranian tech blogger named Luchkov may have leaked images of the white version of Google's Pixel 3 XL. The new leaked pictures don't really show off anything new about the device, apart from the new USB-C earbuds that will come with the device itself. The box will also include a standard USB-C to 3.5mm adapter, according to the video.
While this leak seems to be in line with the past Pixel 3 renders, the notch appears to be much larger-probably two times thicker when compared to iPhone X or previous Pixel 3 renders. This is the first prototype we've seen with the final "G" Google logo.
It looks a lot like the Pixel 2 XL, with the only difference being the notch.
The Pixel 3 XL is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC with "just" 4 GB RAM.
Lastly, the headphone jack is not present but Google will present USB-C headphones this year which were absent in the Pixel 2 in favor of a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter. Despite the all-white back, it's still possible to make out the traditional Pixel glass panel at the top just above the rear-facing fingerprint scanner.
Coming back to the phone, the most visible change is how Google is embracing the notch culture.
Model & hardware menu appears to confirm it is a Pixel 3 XL (assuming it's not photoshopped or otherwise faked). The video also reveals that the retail box features accessories that will be bundled with Google's next flagship product.