We are still far from the launching of the next-generation Pixel devices. However, we have been getting leaks as early as last month to what the device will actually look like.

Google Pixel 4 XL

For long, we have only seen the back of the handset. And to what we have seen, the Pixel 4 XL may probably be the first to break the single-camera ideology of the Pixel series.

Now, for the facade, looks like Google is reverting to its pre-Pixel 3 eras. Last year’s Pixel 3 has been highly-criticized for its huge robotic-looking notch. With the new Pixel 4, the notch will not be present, but instead a classic thick bezel. The photos were rendered by @OnLeaks and were posted via PriceBaba. The only thing that didn’t change though is the dual-selfie camera.

The XL model is said to have a 6.25″ display with a tall 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The fingerprint reader is also absent so we might expect an in-display biometric. For the base model, on the other hand, the device is said to sport a display with sizes in between 5.6-5.8″.

As for the cameras, the triple camera setup might include a 16MP sensor with a telephoto lens, as well as a 3D ToF sensor in addition to its primary camera. On the front, rumor has it that it will include a 3D sensor for a more secure face unlock.

Furthermore, Pixel 4 will borrow components from its predecessor. There will be a stereo speaker grilles, a USB-C port, but unfortunately, no headphone jack. The Pixel 4 XL will run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and will offer up to 6GB of RAM. The device is expected to launch this October.

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