Google in the near future will release the midrange series of Pixel 3. However, most people’s eyes are on the likely successor to Google Pixel 3 XL. Today, thanks to the SlashLeaks website, two-dimensional designs spilled out of how Google Pixel 4 XL might be.
While it is too early to know whether these are original designs, or the creation of a fan of Google devices, PhoneArena’s authors have already made a mockup render based on the leaked design.
The front of the phone looks pretty much like the Samsung Galaxy S10+. On the screen we will find two selfie cameras mounted on a display cutout, which will probably be similar to those of Google Pixel 3 XL. The device will have few bezels, and two slots for the speakers, one at the top and the other at the bottom of the screen.
All devices that have been released in the past year have either notch or chin. However, according to SlashLeak’s plan, the Google Pixel 4 XL will have a uniform bezel across the perimeter of the screen, with no chin, as does the iPhone XS.
Although it is not clear in the drawing, the creator of the render assumes that the device will have an in-display fingerprint sensor. However, Google may prefer to put the fingerprint sensor on the side of the device rather than under the screen.
In addition, the dual rear cameras have become standard in the smartphone industry, and now most manufacturers prefer the three rear cameras. On the other hand, Google has continued to deliver the single-sided back camera, including Pixel 3 and 3 XL. It will be interesting to see if the company will eventually add a second back camera, and if it will be the classic wide-angle that all the devices have.
Google Pixel 4 XL is expected to be announced at a future Made By Google event, which usually takes place around October.