- Google is reportedly in the process of developing the Pixel 9 series of smartphones, which will debut in the second half of 2024.
- The Pixel 9 Pro will sport an approx. 6.5-inch display.
- The smartphone will sport a refreshed camera island that houses triple cameras.
Following its annual tradition, Google will be launching its Pixel flagships in the second half of this year. The upcoming Google Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro smartphones are expected to bring significant improvements. Now, MySmartPrice has collaborated with OnLeaks to bring you the 5K renders of the higher-end Google Pixel 9 Pro smartphone. We are also bringing a 360-degree video of the smartphone, revealing the design elements and dimensions of the forthcoming flagship.
Google Pixel 9 Pro 5K Renders
Per the reputed leakster, the Google Pixel 9 Pro will come with a circa 6.5-inch flat display, which is smaller in comparison to its predecessor. The search engine giant will equip the smartphone with a centered punch-hole cutout to house the selfie camera. The renders confirm that the Pixel 9 Pro will sport thin bezels on all four sides of the display.
OnLeaks confirms that Google will equip the flagship smartphone with a flat frame. As the renders show, the power button and volume rockers will be present on the right side of the device. The left side of the device will be clean, except for the antenna markings. The USB Type-C port, speaker grille, and SIM card tray will be present on the bottom of the device.
The mmWave antenna cover and a microphone will be present on the top of the device. The upcoming Pixel 9 Pro will measure 162.7 x 76.6 x 8.5 mm, which will increase to 12.0 mm including the camera bump. The renders also indicate that Google will debut the Pixel 9 Pro smartphone with a refreshed design for the rear cameras.
The triple rear cameras will include a telephoto sensor apart from the standard wide camera sensor. According to the renders, Google will equip the smartphone with a periscope telephoto sensor. The large sensor on the camera island suggests that Google will likely equip the device with support for variable aperture. The other details regarding the smartphone are currently unknown.