Google Pixel 4 XL Photos Show Very Thin Chin And Side Bezels
Anita - Aug 13, 2019
The Google Pixel 4 real-time image shows that the smartphone will have an ultra-thin chin and side bezels, but a thick forehead due to housing many sensors.
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The Google Pixel 4 XL renders have surfaced online recently, which partly showcased the design of the upcoming smartphone. The device is tipped to have a thick top bezel as it has many sensors comprising of sensors for 3D facial scanning. The upcoming device was said to feature a thick bottom edge like its predecessor before. But the newly-leaked images showed that the phone will be featuring a very thin chin.
The Teen Tech, a tech blog in the U.K, shared several photos of the OnePlus Pixel 4 XL’s prototype. As per the publication, an alleged employee of Google was spotted using the phone in a flight. The shared photos show that the phone’s upper bezel is quite thick. The previous reports revealed it will house a single selfie shooter, sensors for 3D facial recognition, small speaker grill, and Soli radar chip. As you can see in below photo, the handset features ultra-thin chin and side bezels.
The publication also described several features are not showed in the photos as well. It showed that the handset comes with a volume button on the right side and an orange power button above it. The rear panel of the handset features a black square camera module. And the whole rear comprising the covering for cameras is made with glass. The phone’s white rear reveals that the brand probably brings back Panda color variant, one of color options of the OnePlus Pixel 2 XL.
The phone’s camera module features a triple camera setup allegedly including a new main sensor and a telephoto sensor. Additionally, as per the publication, the handset has an entirely redesigned camera application. And rumor has it that the brand probably sells a DSLR-like attachment for the handset.
So far, the search-engine giant Google has not confirmed the release date of its Pixel 4 and 4 XL. However, the series is tipped to launch at the beginning of October.