The Pixel range didn’t reach any sale records recently, but they have managed to garner a strong fan base. With each year that passes more and more people opt to purchase a Pixel device. Now, Google Pixel 4 XL leak is reportedly showing how the smartphone would look like when it comes out later this year.
Google has recently released an Android Q beta version that can be downloaded and installed by Pixel owners, proving that they are the best choice for Android enthusiasts. In a world where most Android smartphones aren’t running Android Pie, Google Pixel owners can install the beta of the next Android OS on their devices with a few taps.
It is also important to keep in mind that some of the best features are always available for those that own a Google device. Google has also proved that you don’t need to fit your device with several cameras since one sensor can provide the best pictures possible if a comprehensive software solution backs it. According to several websites and forums, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL features the best camera in the world and Google continues to add improvements that make it even better.
Someone reportedly leaked the Google Pixel 4 XL design over the Internet
The current devices are excellent smartphones, but some fans are already looking forward to the release of the next Google Pixel models. Google is currently working on the Pixel 3 Lite, which should be released before the new Google Pixel 4 XL and 4 standard models. It is likely that the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be available by the end of the year, but the internet rumor machine is hard at work.
The Pixel devices offer fantastic performance and user experience but aren’t exactly known for their style. The Pixel 3 features massive bezels that look quite strange on a 2018 device while the Pixel 3 XL has a nice notch, but a large bezel ruins the bottom of the gadget.
A leaked sketch reveals the supposed design of the Google Pixel 4 XL. It looks like Google has finally decided to remove the bezels as the device may use an edge-to-edge display. On the back of the smartphone, we can observe a dual-lens camera setup. At this point, there is no way to tell if the image is real or just another fake leak.
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