Several months before the official presentation, OnLeaks and PriceBaba offer a new complete overview of the design of the Google Pixel 4 XL. As always, the renderings were designed based directly on the design patterns of the mobile. They corroborate the previous leaks and align with the first official Google Pixel 4 image. Unlike some fleeing images, the Google Pixel 4 XL is not sublimated a screen perforated way Galaxy S10.
As you can see in the following renders, the display in Google Pixel 4 XL will not have any notch or opening. The screen will be moved towards the bottom edge, resulting in a rather wide frame above it, which will include all sensors, a dual camera for selfie and video calls, and a speaker. However, the frame at the bottom looks quite wide after all, which certainly will not escape the attention of some people.
According to the source, the display in Google Pixel 4 XL should have a diagonal of ~ 6.25 inches. It is possible that a fingerprint reader will also be integrated with the screen, although this is not yet confirmed.
The above-mentioned renders reveal another thing, namely that the Google Pixel 4 XL will be equipped with a dual main camera that will be placed on a square island. According to recent reports, the second of the cameras will be the so-called telephoto lens with a resolution of 16MP. A USB-C port will also appear on the board, but the 3.5 mm headphone connector will not be available anymore.
Google Pixel 4 XL is to be 160.4 × 75.2 × 8.2 mm or 160.4 × 75.2 × 9.3 mm, if we consider a protruding island with cameras on the back panel. In the process, OnLeaks evokes some key elements of the technical sheet of the Google Pixel 4 XL. The flagship would be powered by the SoC Snapdragon 855 coupled with 6GB of RAM. Not surprisingly, the presentation of Pixel 4 would take place in the course of October 2019. What do you think of this design?
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