Google Pixel 4 XL Leaked Renders Revealed More About The Device’s Design

The Pixel 3a and Pixel3a XL were announced during the Google  I/O conference which took place last week. Sadly for Google, many details about the devices were leaked in advance, so the presentation failed to make a significant impact. Now, some Google Pixel 4 XL leaks emerged, reportedly revealing more about the upcoming Google smartphones.

It can be said that these devices mark a return to the acclaimed Nexus initiative, which offered excellent smartphones at an affordable price. While they failed to attract the attention of a larger public Nexus devices were appreciated by Android enthusiasts, who were disappointed when the line was retired in 2016 when the new Pixel range was released.

The pair of devices will be quite attractive for some potential users, but many fans are looking forward to the next generation of Pixel, which should be released by Google in October. Not much is known about the Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL. However, new leaks appear to present one of the most exciting smartphone designs used by the giant company.

Google Pixel 4 XL leaks revealed a hole-punch camera on the front

New Google Pixel 4 XL leaks, which was released last months, mentioned that the upcoming Pixel devices would sport the popular Snapdragon 855 SoC, accompanied by a minimum amount of at least 6GB of RAM. The other spec details remain shrouded in mystery, and the rumor machine has shifted its focus on the looks of the devices.

The Pixel line is known for a few strong traits, but designs aren’t one of them, with poor choices being made since the first Pixel models were launched in 2016. A new leak suggests that Google plans to a dress this issue by adopting a new design element which is already quite popular.

Google Pixel 4 XL renders released on the internet shows a hole-punch camera in the vein of the one used by Samsung for the S10 range. This idea is reinforced by a drawing found in a patent request filled by Google, which shows the front of a device with a hole-punch camera in the upper-left corner of the display. More information will surface in the future.

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