New Renders Showcase the Google Pixel

New Renders Showcase the Google Pixel
New Renders Showcase the Google Pixel

If Google follows its trend in releasing its own brand smartphones, then we could be expecting its upcoming offerings before the year ends. With that said, you can just expect rumors, leaks, and other speculations come from several outlets from time to time. Now, the latest of which seems to show the clearest view from a new set of renders.

The latest round of info comes from a set of renders that depicts the upcoming Pixel handset in its full glory. However, it wasn’t specified if it was the XL version, or the standard 5-inch variant. Whatever the case, it would seem that both handsets will feature similar designs.

Also Read: Google Pixel XL Surfaces in Renders by Case Makers

For starters, we can see that the Pixel comes with antenna lines at the back that extend to its sides. Also, instead of a Nexus branding, Google switches it to a single letter “G” on the back to simplify things more. Furthermore, both the volume rocker and the power button are placed on the right side, while the fingerprint sensor sits at the center of the back panel.

Interestingly, the render shows that the upper half is a huge black part that could be plastic or glass, and it could be something essential to a feature of some sort. On the other hand, the lower half seems to be made out of metal.

If the rumors are right, Google may be launching the Pixel handsets in October 4th, so we’re only a few weeks away until things go official.

Source: GSMArena

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