Leaked screen protector photos of Google Pixel 4 shows the smartphone's massive front-facing bezels and a range of sensors.

The major leaks come a few months prior to the expected launch of Google's latest iteration to the Pixel series.

New Google Pixel 4 Renders

The said huge leaks show off a detailed look at Google Pixel 4, including the screen protectors that indicate a large cutout, which could purposely be for Project Soli sensors.

First of ll, tipster @OnLeaks once again leaked a set Google Pixel 4 CAD-based renders, which appeared in a blog by his partner iGeeksBlog. These renders are based on previous leaks and what Google has revealed so far, so, it is highly plausible that this will be the smaller Pixel 4 phones which will hit the shelves later this year.

Secondly, Ice Universe, another prolific tipster, shared a leaked photo of what seems to be the real deal, although, Google has yet to make the official announcement. The images show spaces for the dual front-facing camera, the speaker, as well as what is supposedly an additional facial recognition sensor.

What looks intriguing, however, is the bigger cutout on the right-hand side, which will possibly house the small radar sensor. The tech company is rumored to be working on this feature that will allow users to control their smartphones with hand gestures without even touching the screen.

Moreover, there is a huge rectangular housing for the rear camera and a thicker front forehead bezel of the phone. It is also anticipated that Google Pixel 4 will come with a 5.6-inch screen.

The Difference Between Pixel 4 And Pixel 4 XL

The images also show a significant difference between Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL in height and width. The Google Pixel 4 has overall dimensions 147.0 x 68.9 x 8.2 mm, with the camera bump at 9.3mm.

In contrast, Google already said that Pixel 4 XL has 160.4 x 75.2 x 8.2mm overall dimensions, which is a little bigger than Pixel 3, which came out last year. Google confirmed, though, that Pixel 4 XL and Pixel 4 have the same design and speaker placement.

There are also speculations that the upcoming devices will be equipped with advanced camera tech, better internal specs, and  Android Q.

Based on the release pattern of the Google Pixel smartphones in the past years, Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will most likely be launched sometime in October.

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