Google Pixel XL Leaks in 360-Degree Render; Reveals Its Dimensions

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 30 Sep 2016

Pixel XL

Google’s upcoming smartphone, Pixel and Pixel XL, have already leaked in press renders. Now, ahead of their official unveiling next week, the Pixel XL has leaked in 3D renders that gives us a look at the phone from almost every angle imaginable.

The 3D render is based on the factory CAD of the handset, which means that it is an accurate representation of the final device. The leak pegs the dimensions of the device at 154.72 x 75.74 x 7.3mm, though the handset is thicker (8.5mm) at the top due to the camera hump. The top half of the Pixel XL also features a large glass window that separates its design from other unibody aluminium phones in the market right now.

The 3D render shows the Pixel XL as having two speaker grilles at the bottom, though it remains unclear if both of them are actual speakers or one of them is only for cosmetic purposes. The USB Type-C port sits in between the two speaker grilles. The volume and power buttons will be located on the right edge of the Pixel XL, with the 3.5mm audio jack located at the top.

The specifications of the Pixel XL have already been revealed earlier. The handset will sport a 5.5-inch Quad HD AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 821 chipset, 4GB RAM, and up to 128GB of storage space. The handset is also rumored to sport a 12MP IMX378 shooter at its rear with OIS and f/2.0 lens. It will be powered by a 3450mAh battery and support fast charging.

What do you think about the Pixel XL based on the above renders?

[Via Android Authority]