Lately we’ve been hearing a lot about a Google Pixel 3 Lite, or Pixel 3a, with leaks, renders and specs being thrown around. The Pixel 4 was merely a codename, but it gets more substance today, courtesy of a concept rendered by Ben Geskin. Let’s see how he did with the Pixel 4 XL.
This Google Pixel concept runs on Android 10 Q and uses a full screen 6.5 inch panel. It’s got dual front and rear cameras, plus a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. There’s also 6 GB of RAM inside and a 4030 mAh battery. Moving to a camera cut in the screen seems like the logical choice, since we’ve seen Samsung and Huawei doing this.
Google is also probably the last big name to stick with singular back cameras, even though the Pixel 3 XL camera was great on its own. Imagine what a dual camera could do with the excellent software from Google and their machine learning. Design-wise, this Ben Geskin piece feels like it has pretty big bezels and it feels a bit like a Samsung phone.
The dual tone back approach is still here and the colorful Power button too. People may want extra RAM, on account of the Galaxy S10+ already having 12 GB on board.
[via Ben Geskin]