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Google Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro and Pixel 9 Pro XL live images with key specs leaked.

This latest batch of leaked images just made the upcoming Pixel 9 rumors and leaks even more ferocious. We have some leaked live images of the upcoming Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, and Pixel 9 Pro XL, according to a new report. Essentially, the new camera bump is a Bender-style design.

We also learned that Google was bringing back the Pixel XL this year along with the new design. Pixel 4 XL was the last XL model we saw. Accordingly, we could see three Pixel 9 models: the Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, and Pixel 9 Pro XL.


It has flat edges and a boxy design, similar to that of the iPhone. As compared to the Pixel 8 series, these corners are a bit rounder than the Pixel 7 series. This new camera bump will remind many people of Bender from Futurama.

We can see three phones in the first screenshot below. According to reports, two of them are the Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro (with glossy backs, and the Pro with matte backs), and the third looks like the Pixel 9 Pro XL. In comparison with the other two phones, this one is significantly larger.

A comparison of the Pixel 9 and a current iPhone is shown in the next screenshot. Both flat edges look similar. The Pixel 9’s edges are a little bit rounder, and its body is a little bit thinner, but its camera bump sticks out just a little more.


It is still a bit early to find out what the specifications are for these devices. We have a good deal of information regarding these devices, however. Pixel 9 (codenamed “Tokay”) may start off with a 6.24-inch display, 12GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage.

In the Pixel 9 Pro (codenamed “Caiman”), 16GB of RAM could be combined with 128GB of storage. In terms of display size, it comes in at 6.34 inches, slightly larger than the base model.

Taking a look at the Pixel 9 Pro XL (codenamed “Komodo”), it will measure 6.73 inches, which isn’t that much bigger than its siblings. The starting storage could be 128GB with 16GB of RAM.

Each of these models comes with 50-megapixel main cameras, 120Hz displays, Android 15 out of the box, and the Google Tensor G4. It is still unclear when Google will announce these phones, but we expect them to launch in October.