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Google Pixel 4 XL Renders Surface -Expected To Offer No Notch, Dual Rear Facing Cameras & Much More

Google’s Pixel franchise has come a long way ever since the arrival of the very first Pixel smartphone. The brand itself has matured dramatically over time and has improved upon itself extremely well. Recently, Google released the Pixel 3 Lite smartphones focussed on a much more budget oriented market. Leaks for Google’s next flagship, however, have not stopped at all.

In fact, Auto CAD renders of the rumoured Pixel 4 XL have already surfaced on the internet. The Pixel 4 XL is expected to make an appearance later this year and with only a few months left before the unviel, the renders express quite a lot.

The leaked renders show a very much streamlined Pixel smartphone with a proper no notch display that means serious business. As for the general shape of the body, the Pixel 4 XL follows the footprints of the previous Pixel devices but that is where the similarity ends. The front, back and the sides of the smartphone differ completely and many are calling out Google for their weird design choices.

Google Pixel 4 XL Renders Surface -Expected To Offer No Notch, Dual Rear Facing Cameras & Much More 2

As for the front of the phone, the Pixel 4 XL seemingly does not go for the crazy “notch” like the Pixel 3 XL and has a sleek upside down chin on top very similar to what the Xperia lineup has to offer. As far as the back of the phone is concerned, Google has decided to ditch the iconic two-tone glass design for a cleaner smoother one shade back.

The camera bump is a rounded square with dual camera setup with a depth sensor and since Google has been amazing with its cameras we expect this one to definitely pack a punch. The camera bump also resembles the leaked iPhone XI renders and has made fans furious thanks to its spectacular looks.

The sides are more rounded than ever and the power and volume switches are both on the right-hand side. Moreover, the phone is expected to house all the latest basic features like facial recognition, in-display fingerprint sensor and much more.

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