Last updated on October 20th, 2019
In October this year, Google’s Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones will likely be official. Although the existence of devices is not formally confirmed, a new 2D drawing leak revealed Pixel 4 XL’s front and back design. It indicates that these upcoming flagship smartphones by Google will be loaded with a dual punch-hole screen – very much like Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.
The Google Pixel 4 XL 2D drawing has been published on SlashLeaks, which revealed that the new display layout will provide a very high screen space. Last year’s Pixel 3 XL housed a large setup with a dual selfie camera. The search engine giant “Google” can still offer the successor to the Pixel 3 XL with a refreshingly uncomfortable design, if this leaked drawing is to be believed.
The leaked patterns of the Pixel 4 XL shows that it’ll continue to house two-tone design like other Pixel smartphones. All Google pixel phones released so far have a single back-facing camera. However, the new leak indicates the first phone with dual rear cameras of the company could be the Pixel 4 XL. Alongside the dual camera setup of Pixel 4 XL, an LED flash and a smaller circular cutout can probably be seen with Laser autofocus.
There are extremely thin bezels around the display on the front side of the phone. The top and bottom slits appear to have the two front-top speakers. The phone screen is integrated with a fingerprint reader on screen. As far as Google Pixel 4 XL specifications are confirmed, we are short on words on, for now.