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Google Pixel 4 XL teased in a latest render leak

Google Pixel 4 XL teased in a latest render leak

Google’s 2019 flagship phones are expected to be the company’s fastest and most powerful phones yet. The Pixel and Pixel 4 XL have leaked out several times over the past month, especially once Google itself confirmed the design of the back of the Pixel 4 by posting an image of the phone.

Through the image on Twitter, Google confirmed the design of the back of its new Pixel 4 line-up, leaving the front of the phone to be still a mystery. However, a new player in the tipster scene, named Sudhanshu Ambhore who goes by @Sudhanshu1414 on Twitter, has now posted Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL case renders and not surprisingly, they conform to the previous leaks. As per the renders, we see a square cut out for the rear-facing camera module and the thinner bezels. We also see an apparent ditching of the notch by returning to a simple blacked-out top bezel. You can also see images of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL from every angle.

Talking about the fingerprint sensor, Google’s reveal lacked a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, so we could safely predict that both versions of the new phone will include an in-screen fingerprint sensor. We also saw only a USB-C port at the bottom, so there’s not much hope for a 3.5mm headphone jack making a comeback. The aforementioned Pixel 4 XL images also show bottom-firing speakers, a dual-lens camera on the front, and a triple-lens camera on the back. Despite the images above, leaks suggest the Pixel 4 might have a notch, after all, one housing two cameras.

Coming to the other major things in the spec sheet, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to have 6GB of RAM. Pixel 4 could have a 5.6-5.8-inch screen, while the Pixel 4 XL could have a 6.2-6.4-inch one. Although the Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform is expected, it is not known whether the new Snapdragon 855+ chip will be employed. But it will make more sense to pack in the recently unveiled Snapdragon 855 Plus since the smartphones aren’t expected to be here until October.

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Shawn Mendis

Shawn Mendis

Shawn Mendis is a 1999 graduate of De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines. After over a decade of working office jobs, he decided to start his own news publication. He mainly focuses on technology articles and editorials at Stock Market Blaze. He loves to listen to music and play with gadgets in his spare time.
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