Pixel 4 XL Render Reveals Triple Camera Setup and Notch-Less Display

Google is working on the successor of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL from quite a while and it seems like the has learned lesson from the previous smartphone and providing the users what they want. The early renders and 360 Degree video comes from the reliable tipster OnLeaks in collaboration with the Pricebaba.

Pixel 4 XL Renders and 360 Degree Video

Google Pixel 4 XL shares a similar design flaw as the regular Pixel 4. The upper bezel is now clearly visible compared to the previous leak and it has slimmer chin below. The OnLeaks confirmed that Pixel 4 XL will roughly measure 6.256-inch AMOLED display.

The upper bezel houses earpiece, dual selfie camera, and two unknown sensors. OnLeaks mentioned that there there’s a large room for unknown parts on the right side of the forehead, next to the earpiece. This space could be utilized for the sensors to unlock the device similar to the iPhone’s FaceID.

Google Pixel 4 XL measures 160.4 x 75.2 x 8.2mm and the thickness of 9.3mm with the camera bump. Talking of Ports, The Pixel 4 XL no longer provides front firing speaker. The Power button and volume rockers are located at the right and USB-C is located at the bottom. There’s no headphone jack this time as well.

Moving to the rear side, The Square camera module houses a triple camera module with an LED flash and microphone. The recent leak suggested that the secondary camera will be telephoto lens as it appeared in Google camera code. While we don’t know which sensor will be used for the third camera, we expect it to be a Wide-Angle sensor or just 3D ToF sensor to capture better portrait photos.

Google Pixel 4 XL will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The Series will run on Android Q out of the box and the software- Hardware combo will improve the overall performance of the upcoming Pixel device. Google Camera will get some minor upgrade as well with the Pixel 4 Series.

Google Pixel 4 XL 360 Degree Video

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