Google’s Pixel 3 smartphone series has been out and about for almost eight months, and is regarded as one of the brand’s worst kept secret leading up to its launch last year. Now, concept renders of what could possibly the Pixel 4 XL has surfaced, and we have to say that they look rather stunning.
The concept images, concocted by designer Antoine Collignon, were posted by serial leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks) via his official Twitter account. According to Blass, the renders were “expertly rendered” from a leaked case design made for the unannounced device.
One of Collignon’s designs shows a Pixel with a full-face, near bezel-less, and edge-to-edge display, complete with what he imagines to be a pin-hole front-facing camera at the top of the display. Around the back, Collignon’s vision sees the Pixel 4 sporting a triple-camera setup, but as these things usually go, it’s still not known if Google has considered going beyond its current single camera setup. Like every other smartphone maker has done in the last several years.
Once again, these image renders are simply the concept imaginings of one person, and Google has yet to even officially comment on the existence of the Pixel 4 XL, let alone its design. In any case, we’ll just have to wait and see if the phone will be announced next year.