5K renders of Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro leaked, giving fans of its overhauled design and flat frame.
Google’s current flagships, Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, are nearing their first anniversary, so it’s normal to see leaks of their successors. The most recent is the leaked 5K renders of both Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro having a refreshing new design.
If Pixel 8 phones had a camera module that looked like a strap at the back, Pixel 9 phones would go for the camera capsule bump.
According to a report, the Pixel 9 Pro features a flat frame and a punch hole cutout (single selfie camera) for its 6.5-inch display. The volume rockers and power key are at the right side while the left side is clean besides the antenna markings.
Other physical ports include the USB-C, speaker grille, and card tray at the bottom of the handset. Leaks suggested that Pixel 9 Pro has a dimension of 162.7 x 76.6 x 8.5 millimeters or 12 millimeters with the camera bump.
This camera capsule bump features three cameras: two standard wide sensors and a telephoto sensor. The Pixel 9 Pro is rumored to have a periscope telephoto sensor and variable aperture support.
Meanwhile, Pixel 9 is speculated with 6.1-inch flat display and a more compact form factor compared to the pro model. Leaked renders and details revealed its punch hole cutout and estimated dimension of 152.8 x 71.9 x 8.5 mm or 12 mm if you add the camera bump.
Details about the processor, memory, storage, and others are not yet confirmed. But we’re sure to know more as we get closer to the launching, which is around the second half of the year.
In the meantime, check out the specs of the Google Pixel 8 series below.