Published: Mon, July 08, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

New Pixel 4 XL Render Reveals Triple Rear, Dual Front Cameras

New Pixel 4 XL Render Reveals Triple Rear, Dual Front Cameras

The proviso with these latest renders if that they are based on CAD schematics given to case and accessory makers, and they confirm a couple of things for us - first, the Pixel 4 XL has a reasonable top-bezel (or Neanderthal style forehead) but fortunately not a notch, and secondly, there's some bottom firing speakers.

Nearly a month ago to the day, we got an early look at what we expect the Pixel 4 to look like thanks to a set of renders. We can see a small chin at the bottom of the screen, too. The former will house an earpiece and dual front-facing cameras. We also think there is a fingerprint scanner behind the panel as there isn't one on the back or on the sides.

Google is definitely gearing up to launch its flagship smartphones - the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, most likely in an October "Made by Google" event, and a new leak is now here to give us a better, more clear look at the phone.

In the teaser shared by Google, there was no fingerprint scanner on the back and this inspires us to believe that either the tech giant is looking to add in-display fingerprint scanner or rely exclusively on the IR camera for biometrics. On the backside, you have three cameras, and an LED flash and Google is cramming them into a square camera module, like the much-hyped Camera module. It's believed that the cameras will consist of a main lens, a telephoto lens, and possibly a 3D sensor. We also get a good look at the power button, the volume rocker, the USB-C port, and the stereo speakers on the phone. No audio jack which isn't a surprise as Google removed it since the Pixel 2. Those specs are remarkably reminiscent of the iPhone XS, minus the eyesore of a top display notch on both Apple's larger iPhone model and the Pixel 3 XL. Being that we're still a few months out from release, the finer details about this device could still change by the time we arrive at Google's reveal.

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