If you are looking for the most elegant Android experience, the Pixel range of smartphones from Google offers it. Unfortunately, they have one disadvantage, that being the aesthetic of the design which is quite poor, according to some users. However, Google might have realized that and would change it with the Google Pixel 4 range. According to the latest leaks, Google Pixel 4 XL would come out with a punch-hole display similar to the Galaxy S10 Plus and two main cameras, as well as dual front-facing cameras.
The leak suggests that an edge-to-edge display with a pill-shaped cut-out for the dual front cameras will be introduced in the Pixel 4 XL, this being a similarity to the S10 Plus. Its back will also look great being made out of dual-tone glass and featuring a dual camera setup.
In addition to that, the phone might finally have the in-display fingerprint sensor everybody is missing.
Google Pixel 4 XL to feature dual main cameras
Any Pixel model from Google, no matter the type of it, has never featured more than one rear camera, in comparison to other flagship smartphones that range from having two to five lenses.
In case even a small part of the leak is correct, the Google Pixel 4 XL will be equipped with two rear cameras so at least it can be compared with the Mat 20 Pro, Galaxy S10, and the upcoming iPhone 11 those phones having three cameras.
Google Pixel 4 XL would be the first smartphone to run Android Q
According to Ben Geskin, a tip-off by reputed designer, the Google Pixel 4 XL’ display will measure 6.5 inches. In addition to that, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset will be the power source of the phone, as well as having a RAM of 6GB.
The rumors also suggest that the battery of this phone will be of 4,030 mAh. Also, Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL will be running on Android Q.
Robert J. Smith is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Robert earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Robert has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.