It’s only been a few months since the launch of the Google Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, and Google Pixel i7, and the new leaks for the Google Pixel 9 Pro have already surfaced. By the looks of it, there are big changes coming to the next flagship of Google.
The new Google Pixel 9 series is not expected until the 3rd quarter of the year. The new renders from an X user @Onleaks and MySmartPrice are giving us a sneak peek into what we should expect later this year.
Take a look at this exclusive video by MySmartPrice to check out a full 360 view of the upcoming flagship devices from Google.
The renders suggest that the device will feature a 6.5-inch screen, a slightly smaller display than the Pixel 8 Pro. This corroborates the earlier leaks we’ve seen. We expect the device to feature a Quad HD screen and a slight bump in the peak brightness.
In the leaks, we can also see the redesigned camera module, just like the module on the Pixel Fold. The device is expected to come at 162.7 x 76.6 x 8.5~12mm, slightly thinner than the previous generation model. There is not much change visually, except for the SIM slot. The SIM slot has been moved from the left side to the bottom.
The device also features a flat frame, in line with the iPhone 15 series and the recently launched Samsung S24 series. The power button and volume rockers are on the right, leaving the left side clean.
This new design looks a lot like the top-end flagship phones we’ve seen for the past couple of years. The new renders look exciting and will give the Pixel series a whole new feel. For a few years, Pixel devices looked the same. It was high time to change a few things to make the Pixel series phones more exciting.