[VIDEO]360-degree Google Pixel XL rendering surfaces, reveals dimensions

As we quickly approach Google’s big Oct. 4th event in San Francisco, new information about what Google could have in store has been leaking out almost every single day now. Google phones still won’t be officially announced until Tuesday. Until then, we can only get excited about leaks, rumors, and reports about the phones

The latest is another 360° video render, this time of the Pixel XL that leaves nothing to the imagination. We’ve previously had 360° video rendering of the smaller sibling, the Google Pixel known back then as the Nexus Sailfish.

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The leak comes to us from Steve Hemmerstoffer — also known as @Onleaks — who posted the render and dimensions onto his Twitter account.  Given the specific placements and complexity of where the antenna lines are, it’s more-than-likely that these are renders that were used by case-makers to design cases and accessories for the phones.

Google Pixel XL

The leak also reveals the exact dimensions of the device too. The device is not extra large as its name states. It is only a little larger than the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Comparing the dimension of Pixel XL with some of the equivalent devices:

  • Google Pixel XL 154.72 x 75.74 x 7.3mm (bottom) / 8.5mm (top)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 153.5 x 73.9 x 7.9 mm
  • Apple iPhone 7 Plus 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3mm
  • Nexus 6P 159.3 x 77.8 x 7.3mm

More details about the device will be revealed soon as we move towards the big event. Until then, lets revisit how we reached upto phones ‘Made by Google‘.

Source : @Onleaks

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