Only yesterday, the Pixel 9 Pro smiled for the camera, showing a much-rounded design along with flat sides. Now, the same source has shared renders for the upcoming base model, and honestly, there are some really interesting takeaways that I can notice in these renders.
For starters, the Pixel 9 has three cameras on the back. This is the first time Google will be sending three cameras on a non-pro model, and I think this certainly is a good move, especially for those who are not in the mood to pay a higher price for the pro variant. The phone also has flat sides all around, which is slowly becoming a standard, and you also get what I believe is a temperature sensor right under the flash. The camera design also sees a facelift and looks more in line with the modern design DNA.
The source claims that Google has trimmed the dimensions of the upcoming Pixel 9. The phone is said to measure 152.8 x 71.9 x 8.5mm and has a smaller 6.1-inch display, which is smaller when compared to the 6.2-inch display of the Pixel 8. It appears that Google has decided to shrink the display not just on the Pro model but also on the non-Pro variant, and at the time of writing, we cannot confirm if this change is going to stay or not.
Even though I am excited about the upcoming Pixel 9 series, it is worth noting that it is too early to say anything for sure about the phones. Last year, there were rumors that Google could introduce up to three models for the new series, following the footsteps of Apple and Samsung, but we are not sure if that is going to happen. Considering how the phones will debut sometime in October, you can expect many details coming forward later this year. Until then, we can only wait to see what Google has planned for us. Google will be revealing the Pixel 9 series alongside Android 15, and there will be many exciting things in store for us.
News Source: 91Mobiles