One thing that no one liked about last year’s Google Pixel 3 XL was that huge, ugly notch on top of the display. People even gave it a name that is deserved, the “Bathtub” notch. Google has already given us a look at Pixel 4 from the rear, but until now, we had no idea about the front. We didn’t know if there is a hole-punch screen or a notch.
Today, the Google Pixel 4 XL CAD renders by OnLeaks gave us a look at the design from the front and boy, you’re here for a surprise!
Alright, we exaggerated a bit there. There isn’t anything fancy here. A sigh of relief now that the hideous notch is no longer there. There is, however, a top bezel like on last year’s Pixel 3. Does that mean there should be similar bottom bezel as well? Nope! The Google Pixel 4 XL has a relatively thinner bottom chin compared to the top bezel.
There are dual front cameras that everyone loved on last year’s Pixels. We already know that there is a square camera module on the rear, but the CAD renders suggest that there is a triple camera setup on the back, at least on the Google Pixel 4 XL. There is a regular primary camera, and the secondary camera is most probably a telephoto one as hinted by the Google Camera code which was spotted by XDA.
The third camera is most likely a TOF sensor, but we wonder why Google Pixel 4 XL would need a TOF sensor when it can do all the Portrait magic with the al primary camera.
The display size is roughly 6.25-inch & the dimensions are 160.4 x 75.2 x 8.2mm. The lack of fingerprint scanner on the rear means there is one under the screen. Let’s see what Google opts for, an optical scanner or an ultrasonic one.