In the early hours of Friday, new renders have emerged displaying the possible final design of the Google Pixel 4 XL, one of the two flagships of the year for the smartphone market, following everything we already know about the device.
As you can see below, you can clearly visualize the square module that should house the triple camera of the smartphone this year, leaving aside the use of just a sensor as Google has insisted in the last three years.
Also noticeable is the new non-notched screen of the device, which will leave a large, symmetrical upper edge on the front panel to house the two front-facing cameras (one common, another wide-angle) and perhaps the sensors for Project Soli , where user could navigate the smartphone or perform certain software actions by gesturing in the air without touching the device.
The images also confirm that Google will continue to put aside the headphone jack, and the lack of a back button for fingerprint unlocking also reinforce the presence of a set of cameras for facial recognition or the presence of biometrics under the display.
Both models are expected to offer similar hardware, whose main differences would be the dimensions of the handsets, which would result in different batteries, different screens, and different resolutions.
According to BGR, the Pixel 4 screen would offer a definition of 2280 x 1080 pixels (against 2,160 x 1,080 for the Pixel 3). The Pixel 4 XL, meanwhile, increases to 3040 x 1440 against 2960 x 1440 for its predecessor.
Both versions would also ship 6GB of RAM. A welcome improvement over the 4GB RAM LPDDR4X that could be found in the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. There is also a variant equipped with 128GB of internal storage for both versions.
Until the official release of the device, scheduled for October 10, more information and details regarding the Pixel 4 line should come up confirming or denying leaks regarding Project Soli and other product specifications.
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