This is the Google Pixel XL

Bradley Wint
Sep 28, 2016 9:33pm AST
Photo: @evleaks

Phone leaks are as common as breathing in and out, and Google’s Nexus replacement is no exception.

Days before its unveiling, Evan Blass (@evleaks) has done it once again, revealing what looks like to be an official photo of the Google Pixel XL.

The Pixel will feature a 5.2 inch, 1080×1920 display, 4GB RAM, and internal memory starting at 32GB. It will also feature a 2770mAh battery.

The Pixel XL features a 5.5 inch display, with a slightly higher display resolution of 1440×2560 pixels. The battery life also comes in at 3450mAh.

Both devices feature a primary camera that’s able to shoot at 12 megapixels, at an f-stop of 1.8. It will also be capable of taking video at 4K resolution at 30fps. There is also a front facing camera shooting at 8 megapixels at f/2.0.

They both feature USB-C ports and run on Android Nougat (7.1).

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It seems like Google hasn’t put much into the design of its latest flagship, and it reminds us of many past phones, including iPhone 5 to some extent.

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