As the launch of the Google Pixel and Pixel XL approaches fast, more and more leaked images and features of the two phones are showing up each and every day.
The latest comes from none other than Evan Blass, the man who has been responsible for many other previous smartphone leaks that have turned out to be true. Previous rumors have involved images and benchmarks, however, we now have a 360-degree video of what the Google Pixel XL will actually look like when it is launched.
According to the leaked video, the new Google Pixel XL will come with measurements of 154.72 x 75.74 x 7.3 mm, however, the upper part of the phone will reportedly extend the thickness by over a millimeter, going up to 8.5mm. There is a glass panel on the back where you find the phone’s fingerprint scanner alongside the main camera, which is believed to be a 12MP sensor.
In comparison to the Google Nexus 6P, which measures 159.3 x 77.8 x 7.3 mm, the new Google Pixel XL is shorter, meaning you get a 5.5-inch display screen like previous rumors have shown. Other than the glass panel on the back, the rest of the phone should come covered in metal.
The leaked renders don’t bring out any details regarding the specs under the hood of the Google Pixel XL. However, numerous leaks have made us aware of what to expect from the flagship. There should be a Snapdragon 820 SoC on board, but don’t be surprised if Google went for the newer Snapdragon 821, which is currently available on a handful of devices, including the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe. This chipset will be paired with a 4GB RAM and 32GB or 128GB of onboard storage.
Benchmarks have revealed that Android 7.1 Nougat will power the Google Pixel XL out of the box, with the phone possibly keeping the same 3450mAh battery capacity used on the Google Nexus 6P.