Pixel 9 Case Leak: Three Models Launching This Year

Pixel 9 Case Leak: Three Models Launching This Year

Rumors circulating suggest a potential October debut for Google's Pixel 9 series, allowing ample time for Google to refine its upcoming smartphones. This year's lineup is anticipated to feature three models as opposed to its predecessor's two: the Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, and Pixel 9 XL.

Google's Pixel 9 Series Details

A recent leak from Android Central provides further credibility to the speculation of Google launching three Pixel 9 variants. Allegedly, the publication has obtained cases designed for all three Pixel 9 models by Thinborne, hinting at the potential design elements.

Design and Specifications

The cases offer insights into the physical attributes of the Pixel 9 devices, showcasing flat sides and smooth corners, a departure from the curved design of the Pixel 8. Despite maintaining the signature camera bar on the back, there are murmurs about potential rounded edges this time. Renders of the Pixel 9 series illustrate similar design alterations suggested by the cases.

Technical Specifications

In terms of specifications, the Pixel 9 series is expected to run on the Tensor G4 chip. Leaks from the previous month indicate that the Pixel 9 Pro could boast up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 128GB of storage, with a comparable configuration likely for the Pixel 9 XL as well.

The standard Pixel 9 is anticipated to retain its dual-camera setup from its predecessor, while the Pixel 9 Pro and 9 Pro XL are likely to feature a triple camera setup on the rear.

Additional Rumors

Adding to the speculation, there were whispers last month that Google might rebrand the forthcoming Pixel Fold 2 as the Pixel 9 Pro Fold. Additionally, there could be a Pixel 9a model set to debut in 2025, expanding the Pixel 9 line to encompass five devices in total.

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