Pixel XL Renders Show off the Smartphone’s Front

Pixel XL renders show off the front of the two models – the Pixel and Pixel XL. It’s also understood that Google might launch these handsets on October 4, 2016.

Pixel XL Renders

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Pixel and Pixel XL renders have been making the rounds of the web for some day now. The renders reveal that Google might launch these HTC- made handsets on 4th October 2016. This is supposed to take the place of Nexus devices in the coming time. For those who do not know, these Nexus devices are the ones that are now known as Pixel and Pixel XL. There are a lot of Pixel XL renders displaying the rear side of Pixel. The latest renders feature the Pixel and Pixel XL front panels. Google had launched its first HTC-manufactured device six years back, known as the Nexus One.

Pixel XL Renders

The image credit goes to a dealer from Hong Kong who describes the device. If the Pixel XL renders are anything to go by, the screen size is 5.46-inch, while the size for Pixel is 4.99-inch. There are rumors that suggest a few things on the pricing on these new Pixel devices.

Going by the rumors, the Pixel XL will cost $649, though it’s but not sure if this price is for the 32GB variant or the 128GB model. Pixel and Pixel XL will supposedly set the record for being the first ever phones to sport Snapdragon 821 chipset in the United States. These two models feature a two-tone back. It also includes a fingerprint scanner just below the back camera.

About Pixel Phones

Google will be marketing the Pixel and the Pixel XL devices with something new and unique. Actually, these devices will be the first of its kind to be built by Google. We won’t find any co-brand name on these devices like HTC or LG. These two companies had earlier developed Nexus phones for Google. So, whatever be the Pixel XL renders, Google may now not include the branding names of the OEMs.


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