Google Pixel lineup of smartphones are infamous for leaking months ahead of their launch, and the upcoming Pixel 9 Pro joins this trend. MySmartPrice and OnLeaks have now shared the purported pictures of the Pixel 9 Pro, which looks drastically different from any of the earlier Pixel smartphones.
According to the leaked schematics and dimensions (162.7 x 76.6 x 8.5mm), the Pixel 9 Pro will be the smallest Google flagship in years, featuring a 6.5-inch flat panel OLED screen, possibly with a 2K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate with slimmer bezels across the display. With the redesign, the device is also said to have become a bit thicker, measuring at 12mm.
This is the #Pixel9Pro (360° video + stunning 5K renders + dimensions)!
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) January 23, 2024
On the rear, the massive camera island on the Pixel 9 Pro is similar to that of the Pixel Fold, housing three camera sensors, including a three-lens LED flash and additional sensors. The power and volume buttons are still on the right side, while the left side remains clean. The camera array is also speculated to include a periscope zoom lens, a dedicated ultra-wide-angle lens, and a primary wide-angle lens with variable aperture, which physically changes the aperture of the camera like DSLR/mirrorless cameras.
The Pixel 8 Pro has a flat frame made out of metal, and the bottom bezel houses a USB-C port, a primary microphone, and a primary speaker grill. Like every Pixel smartphone, the Pixel 9 Pro is likely to include a single nano SIM slot, and the device is most likely to support eSIM.
While this is still an early leak, it does give us a glimpse of the upcoming Pixel flagship, likely to launch by the end of this year, which is expected to be powered by a 4th gen Tensor chip. The smartphone is also expected to offer exceptional camera capabilities powered by artificial intelligence.