Google released the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro in October 2023, and is now eyeing the Pixel 9 lineup.
According to the first CAD-based renders, the Pixel 9 Pro will have a smaller display, flat panels and sides, and a camera bump that no longer extends from one end to the other.
The leakers revealed that the screen will be 6.5 inches, compared to the 6.7-inch OLED screen in the previous version. However, the entire body will be the same size, which means the edges will be a little thicker.
Google has relied on its expansive camera island for the past three generations of its flagship Pixel phones. The archers are again depicted horizontally but within an oval island. While the device will be 8.5 mm thick at its base, the protrusion will add nearly 50%, measuring 12 mm at its most prominent.
Google has been using an aluminum frame, but we may see the company follow the titanium alloy trend that Apple set with the iPhone 15 Pro series and Samsung adopted with the Galaxy S24 Ultra.
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