New colored renders of Pixel and Pixel XL give a sneak peek at a possible gold variant

It seems like we know everything about the Google Pixel and Pixel XL by now and yet it seems there’s always new details coming out. Just yesterday we had a new 360° look at the Pixel XL when the official launch date is just a few days away.

To whet appetites of tech fans far and wide, one designer has dropped a set of eye-catching renders that imagine the probable design in a variety of different shades.

Today we have some new renders thanks to @rozetked. 

As you can see in the images, the phones look really nice when given some more natural lighting and a realistic background. Having seen press renders and leaks of the devices from various angles, we can be tentatively sure of the overall design. So far, we expect the Pixel and Pixel XL to be flaunted in black and white and perhaps even blue, but what about gold?

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Rozetked’s creations are some very appealing renders of Google’s next-gen handsets which, while in alignment with what we’ve seen so far, offer a few different perspectives and angles. Bear in mind that what you see in the gallery below is just the view of a talented artist. The final design is likely to be similar (albeit with the rear camera on the other side of the device), but we won’t know for absolute certain until Google makes its big announcement. Despite this fact, the renders look fairly high quality and high resolution so at the very least they provide a good look at the details of the design, much of which is identical to other renders.

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Source : @rozetked

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2 thoughts on “New colored renders of Pixel and Pixel XL give a sneak peek at a possible gold variant

  1. Hi there just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know a few of the pictures aren’t loading properly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different internet browsers and both show the same results.

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