New Renders of the Google Pixel 4XL Reveal Tweaks That Pixel Users May Not Like

By Shabana Arif on at

Following on from the bona fide shots of the Google Pixel 4 last month courtesy of Google itself, a Twitter leaker has knocked up renders of the Pixel 4XL.

Steve a.k.a. @onleaks on Twitter, is back to give us a glimpse of the Google Pixel 4XL, teaming up with Indian tech site Pricebaba to bring you the video below that breaks down everything we know about the device so far.

It has a large bezel with a dual front-facing camera, with the possible addition of a third sensor. There's no fingerprint sensor on the back, so the front sensor could be for face ID unlocking, or we could see an in-display fingerprint sensor roll out.

The 3.5mm jack is still woefully absent, and the speakers seemed to have been relocated to the bottom of the handset next to the USB-C port.

We're still three or four months out from official word from Google, and we don't expect it to keep dropping product shots every time a render pops up, so we'll temper our expectations when it comes to seeing any of this officially confirmed before the actual reveal. [Android Police]