The world can’t seem to get enough of the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. The upcoming flagship line from Google is definitely on the road to becoming one of the most leaked smartphone series ever, if it hasn’t already done so.
The latest leak is a set of over 20 images of the Pixel 4 XL outed by a Vietnamese mobile store called D Store Mobile. The mobile shop shared the alleged images of the Pixel 4 XL with The Verge.
The images show a white Pixel 4 XL in its entirety (which we’ve seen before), complete with close-ups of the square camera bump, display, settings, and more.
However, D Store claims that this isn’t the final unit of the Pixel 4 XL and that it is likely a “test model.”
There’s very little new information in these photos, but they do detail some new specs of the Pixel 4 XL such as a reported f/1.73 aperture on the main 12.2MP camera and dual 8.1MP + 0.3MP front cameras. According to the leaked information, the Pixel 4 XL could shoot in 16:9 by default despite a 4:3 sensor.
The best part about the square camera bump seen in the images is that Google seems to have made an effort to keep it as small as possible. At the very least, the company has saved itself from an Apple-like meme attack thanks to the bump-ception happening on the new iPhones.
The new set of images further reiterate previously leaked Pixel 4 XL specs like 6GB of RAM, a 90Hz display refresh rate, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, a 3,700mAh battery, and an Adreno 640 GPU.
You can check out all the leaked images of the Pixel 4 XL shared with The Verge here.