Ever since the Google Pixel XL 3 has been launched the rumors for the search-engine giants next device has not stopped. According to sources close to the company, Google has been planning to launch its next device which will be a midrange smartphone and might be called as the Pixel 3 Lite which according to some renders came with a huge bathtub notch which was unique in its own way.
Today, a leak from Slashleaks gives us a closer look at the upcoming flagship from the Pixel, a two-dimensional drawing which showcases both, the back and the front of the device. As of now, these renders are to be taken with a pinch of salt because the authenticity of the leaks are yet to be verified. However, folks at PhoneArena managed to get together something out of the 2D drawing and they made an exact mockup render of it which allows us to take a deeper look at how the company plans on executing the plan.
At first glance, the device looks like an exact replica of the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S10+ with the dual camera – hole-punch setup at the top right of the device and with little to no bezel running all over the device. According to the leaks, the device will come with the in-display fingerprint sensor in order to compete with the tech giants.
To the rear, classic Pixel look is recreated, although this time around we have a dual camera set up at the rear as well supported by an LED flash. As of now, nothing has been made official and we wait for an official announcement from Google at a launch event very soon. Stay tuned to OTS for more updates on the Pixel 4 XL.