Although the middle-class smartphone will be launched by Google in the near future, we are currently experiencing the first leak of Google Pixel 4 XL, which could be the successor to the Google Pixel 3 XL. Yes, those with a huge bathtub. Today’s leak comes from SlashLeaks in the form of the following two-dimensional drawing.
Although it is far too early to confirm the authenticity of the drawing, the guys from Phone Arena have created a realistic model of the drawing that has leaked out. Let’s take a closer look.
For starters, the front of the phone looks very similar to the Samsung Galaxy S10 +. There is a dual-camera configuration on the front of the phone that would likely include the large / standard cameras as we saw them at the 3 and 3XL pixels. The glasses are hardly glasses around the phone. There are also two speaker slots – one above and one below the screen.
For all the on-board phones we’ve seen in the past year, there’s usually a notch or a thick bottom edge, and this drawing seems to have a consistent bezel around the entire screen area, like the current generation of iPhones – well, the notch.
Although not explicitly shown in the drawing, the renderer suggested that the phone has a built-in fingerprint scanner. We wonder if Google will choose this path or if they would opt for a side-mounted fingerprint reader.
The other interesting element is the double camera on the back. Although we have seen the standardization of dual cameras and now triple cameras in the industry are becoming more standard, Google Pixel 3 and 3XL were introduced with a camera. If Google decided to double this year, we wondered if it would offer other features than simply switching between standard and widescreen cameras.
We expected Google Pixel 4 to be announced at a next Made By Google launch event, which is usually in October.
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