Google Pixel 4 XL renders show a classic top bezel, no notch or punch hole

Peter, 08 July 2019

Google posted an image of the back of the Pixel 4, but the front is still largely unknown. The reliable @OnLeaks has posted 3D renders of the Pixel 4 XL, which show that the oversized notch is gone.

No notch, no punch hole, no pop-up, just a regular top bezel with a dual selfie camera, earpiece and sensors. Even if youíre not sold on the design of the back, the front is bound to have fans.

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Google Pixel 4 XL renders

By the way, @OnLeaks and PriceBaba published renders of the smaller Pixel 4 a month ago. Itís the same design, except smaller.

The XL model will have a 6.25Ē display (with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio). The absence of a fingerprint reader hints at an in-display module. The phone will measure 160.4 x 75.2 x 8.2mm, going up to 9.3mm at the camera hump. The non-XL model should have a 5.6-5.8" screen and measure 147.0 x 68.9 x 8.2mm.

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Google Pixel 4 XL renders

The new Google Pixel 4 phones should sport a 16MP telephoto camera as part of their triple cameras. In addition to it and the main shooter, there should be a 3D ToF sensor (rather than an ultra wide-angle camera). The dual selfie cam seems to have a 3D sensor as well for a more secure face unlock.

The rest on the Pixel 4 XL design is as on its predecessor Ė stereo speaker grilles, USB-C port on the bottom, no 3.5mm jack. The phone will, of course, upgrade to the latest Snapdragon 855 chipset and 6GB of RAM. Itís expected to be unveiled this October.

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  • Anonymous

Jeez, why the hate? It's just a stoopid phone from some stoopid company, everybody chill.

  • Anonymous

I agree 100%. Google needs to stand out (in a unique, but good way) in order to compete. A retro non-bezelless design with 16:9 aspect ratio would be a good start - a maverick of sorts against the current trend. Add to that the things most phone manu...