The Pixel duo are expected to be officially revealed at a launch event next month, with several reports pegging the announcement for 4 October. The Pixel and Pixel XL have been the subject of numerous leaks including several render mockups.
Now some new images of the Google Pixel & Pixel XL have been leaked on Twitter which shows the back panel of the device. A pair of renders that show off the design quirks of the upcoming range of Google-branded flagship Android smartphones. The HD renders shows the device in Black and White color options.
The newly leaked renders posted by Twitter user @iamaniff show the device with the new Google logo on the rear side at the bottom. A fingerprint scanner is located on the rear side of the phone. The power and volume rocker buttons are available on the left side of the phone and the antenna lines can be seen on the top and on the bottom of the phone. No other details are currently available with these leaked renders. The leaked renders also don’t have the front panel view.
Whether these are the final renders of the phones or not, we wouldn’t have to wait for long. Given that these devices are rumored to feature much-improved cameras, a Snapdragon 820 or even a Snapdragon 821 as well as be the first devices with support for Daydream, it sure feels as though the wait has been worth it.
Although the low becnhmark scores have disappointed some fans, we know benchmarks aren’t an actual translation of real world usage.
We know quite a lot about both the phones already. Here’s everything we expect from the Pixel and Pixel XL including a 3D touch like feature, assistant, splash resistance, dual partitions, and more. We also happen to know quite a lot about everything else Google might reveal on it’s October 4th event in San Fransisco.