The A330neo will have the same black bandit-mask than the A350 XWB cockpit windscreens.
Source: Clement Alloing
“The A330neo complement the A350 XWB in the new Airbus Long-Range family, so it was only natural that the A330neo should have the same cockpit shades design than its larger sibling” said Eric Zanin, Head of A330 program.
With this marketing movement, it seems Airbus is preparing to officially cancel the A350-800 model, currently on stand-by with 8+8 orders from Asiana and Aeroflot.
A350 XWB and A330neo complement each other in terms of capacity and range - they address different payload and range requirements and operate together seamlessly.
The A330neo is a medium range widebody aircraft while the A350 XWB is a long range widebody plane.
Source: Singapore Airlines
A common type rating allows A330 pilots to qualify on the A350 XWB in only 8 days and fly on both aircraft under a single license – thus offering unbeatable cost efficiencies for airlines.
The A330-800neo and the A330-900neo are two new members of the Airbus Widebody Family launched in July/2014 with 1st deliveries scheduled to start in Q4/2017.
Based on the press release "Shades livery now also on new A330neo".