The Google Pixel 4 is coming this year, and if you’re wondering how the Pixel 4 XL — the larger of the two phones will look like, here’s a render:
The render is based on official news, leaked information, and alleged schematics, and it’s very different from the Pixel 3 XL from last year. The good news is that the gigantic notch blighting the 3 XL’s clean lines is going to disappear for the Pixel 4 XL.
You won’t be getting any notches/punch hole display on the Pixel 4. You’ll get a regular 18:9 aspect ratio display with dual selfie cameras on the top bezel.
Even if you’re not sold on the design on the back, the front looks quite normal and acceptable.
At the bottom of the screen is a smaller bezel, while on the back is the controversial new square camera module on the top left corner. There’s no fingerprint sensor on the back, indicating that Google will probably fit an in-display sensor, or adopt face recognition using the multiple camera sensors up front.
Both these features have already been rumored, and it’s not the first time we’ve heard the Pixel 4 XL will lose the notch either.
The rest on the Pixel 4 XL’s design is the same as its predecessor – stereo speaker grilles, USB-C port on the bottom, no 3.5mm jack.
There’s not much known about the Pixel 4XL at the moment. However, what we do know is that the smartphone will come with the latest Snapdragon 855 SoC, with up to 6GB RAM. It should also sport a 16MP telephoto camera as part of its triple camera setup.
It is expected to be unveiled this October.