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Google Pixel 4 XL renders pics revealed ; full specification and launch date


As we all know google is set to launch its next flagship smartphones –  Pixel 4 and Pixel 4xl in q4 this year. Last month google [first time] teased a Pixel 4 back side image over its official twitter account. However, now we have a 3D render pics of an upcoming pixel 4 xl device which is shared by an popular leakster @OnLeaks partnered with Pricebaba , according to them the Pixel 4 XL will measure 160.4 x 75.2 x 8.2mm, with the thickness being 9.3mm around the camera bump.

we can clearly see in above pics, the design of the Pixel 4 XL is quite similar to the Pixel 4 that means google has indeed ditched Pixel 3 XL’s ugly notch and now features traditional thick top bezel and a slightly slimmer bezel for the chin below. inside that top bezel the device comes with a dual front facing camera, earpiece and two sensors [Face recognition for authentication just like new Iphones]. There is no fingerprint sensor on the back so it basically means either it will sport a in-display fingerprint sensor or google might go with apple route and feature a face id.

Google Pixel 4 XL rumored specifications

The Google Pixel 4 XL will have a 6.25 AMOLED display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio . under the hood the device will be powered by Qualcomn flagship 855 chipset couple with 4/6 GB ram and 64/128 GB on-board storage .

As far as optics goes the device will feature a triple camera setup at rear and dual front facing camera. Furthermore, new google camera app hints that one sensor among triple rear camera will be a 16MP telephoto camera unit while for the primary sensor Google might bring a small upgrades to its popular Night Sight mode. other feature includes stereo speaker grilles, USB-C port on the bottom, no 3.5mm jack


Google Pixel 4 XL launch date


There is no official launch date has been announced by google but it’s expected to be unveiled this October.


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