New leaks reveal Google Pixel 9 lineup with potential Pro XL

Leaked hands-on images offer a fresh look at Google’s upcoming Pixel lineup. This time, we see not just the Pixel 9 Pro,but potentially a Pixel 9 and a Pixel 9 Pro XL as well.

From left-to-right: Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, Pixel 9 Pro XL
From left-to-right: Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, Pixel 9 Pro XL via: GSMArena

While Google hasn’t confirmed the “Pixel 9 Pro XL” name, rumors suggest three high-end models: a standard Pixel 9, a larger Pixel 9 Pro XL, and a Pixel 9 Pro with similar specs to the XL but in a smaller size.

The leaks hint at potential RAM variations, with the Pixel 9 sporting 12GB and the Pro models boasting 16GB (though these might change in final production units). Storage is expected to be 128GB across all models. Screen sizes seem more concrete: 6.24″ for the Pixel 9, 6.34″ for the Pixel 9 Pro, and 6.73″ for the Pro XL.

Interestingly, the Pixel 9 appears to have thicker bezels compared to the Pro models, which share a similar size but presumably offer a more premium full-screen experience. All three devices are rumored to pack Google’s Tensor G4 chip and boast a triple-camera system on the back. The Pixel 9 Pro and Pro XL might boast an additional periscope telephoto lens for 5x optical zoom, while the standard Pixel 9 might stick to a main and ultrawide setup. Notably, only the Pro models might support UWB technology.

The leaked images also suggest a design shift for the Pixel family, ditching the previous edge-to-edge camera visor for a more distinct camera island and opting for a flat frame design.



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