Leaked Pixel 4 XL renders confirm new camera layout and design

Google has already all-but outright said that this is the new camera setup that we’re going to see on the Google Pixel 4 devices; however, a new leak from OnLeaks now supports that information.

The nice thing about this new render is that we get an idea of what the front of the handset is going to look like as well.

The major difference that you’re going to see on this render is that Google has gotten rid of the notch found in the Pixel 3. On top of that, we now have two selfie cameras. This could slightly point towards facial recognition support as well.

Around the back, we see the camera setup that Google confirmed, but no fingerprint scanner, which could indicate an in-display fingerprint scanner.

The Google Pixel 4 XL will have a Snapdragon 855 CPU in it, as well as 6GB of RAM. We’re hoping to see 128GB of storage and higher, too. It’ll, of course, be running Android Q out of the box as well.

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