Google Pixel XL dimensions revealed alongside 360-degree renders
We've already seen various images depicting both the Pixel and Pixel XL, and today we can take another look at the latter, thanks to renders revealed by @OnLeaks (a reliable source). Reportedly, the renders are based on a factory CAD, so they should provide a pretty accurate representation of the real device.
According to @OnLeaks, the Google Pixel XL measures 154.72 x 75.74 x 7.3 mm, though it's up to 8.5 mm thick at the top - where the rear seems to be covered by a glass plate including the phone's fingerprint scanner and main camera. Obviously, this is a big device, though it's not larger than last year's Nexus 6P (159.3 x 77.8 x 7.3 mm), or the brand new iPhone 7 Plus (158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3 mm).
Save for the glass portion at the top, the Pixel XL is supposedly made out of metal. You can check out a 360-degree view of the device in the video embedded below.
7.1 Nougat at launch. The handsets are expected to share most of their features, including Snapdragon 821 CPUs, 4 GB of RAM, and at least 32 GB of internal memory. The new Google phones could be released on (or soon after) October 4, for prices starting at $600 or more. For a closer look at the two devices, make sure to check out our Pixel and Pixel XL preliminary specs review and comparison.Both the Pixel XL and Pixel will likely run Android