Latest Pixel, Pixel XL renders reveal the front panels of both devices

Latest Pixel, Pixel XL renders reveal the front panels of both devices
On October 4th, Google is expected to begin a new era by introducing the Pixel and Pixel XL. The handsets are both made by HTC, and will replace the Nexus branded stock Android handsets. In a way, this takes us back full circle. The very first Nexus handset, the Nexus One, was manufactured by HTC in early 2010. We've seen a number of renders showing the back of both Pixel models, Today, we have some new renders revealing the front panels of both devices.

The source of the images, a parts dealer in Hong Kong, says that the Pixel's screen weighs in at 4.99-inches, while the Pixel XL measures 5.46-inches. Both models have a two-tone back with a fingerprint scanner underneath the rear camera. The pair are expected to be the first smartphones in the states to contain the Snapdragon 821 chipset, and just the other day we passed along a rumor that the Pixel XL (not sure if it is the 32GB or 128GB model) will be priced at $649.

Check out images of what is said to be the Pixel and Pixel XL front panels by clicking on the slideshow below.

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