The year 2024 is going to be a great year where we will be getting to see some fantastic smartphones and talking about the amazing smartphones for the year; we have notable leaks for the Google Pixel 9 flagships, where we have leaks on the new Google Pixel 9 as well as the Google Pixel 9 Pro smartphone.
The previously released flagships by Google, the Pixel 8 and the Pixel 8 Pro smartphone, were released in October 2023 and have already brought a big revolution in the smartphone market. Fast forward to 4 months later, now in February 2024, we have already got you covered with some fantastic new leaks on the next flagship for the year, the Google Pixel 9 and the Google Pixel 9 Pro smartphone.
If you want to know more about these upcoming flagship smartphones from Google, we have covered everything you need to know.
Google Pixel 9 series – Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro smartphone leaks are out!
The upcoming new Google Pixel 9 series, which will include the Pixel 9 and the Pixel 9 Pro for the year 2024, these new flagships will be giving head-to-head competition with other leading flagship smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S24 series and the Apple iPhone 15 series.
To give a tough competition, these new Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro will be coming with a fantastic flagship smartphone upgrade where not only on the specs but also we will see a significant change on the design. Let’s now look into the details of these new flagship smartphones.
Design changes speculated for the new Google Pixel 9 series
Google has been following a similar design since the launch of the Google Pixel 6 series, and right after two generations, we have the new Pixel 9 series, which will finally get a design change, about two years’ gap for a design change.
Talking about the design changes for the Google Pixel 9 series, we have leaks sharing that this smartphone will be sporting a sleeker design with a flat-sided design and curved edges. Talking more about the design side, the smartphone will also significantly change the camera bar.
Talking more about the leaked design for the Pixel 9 series, we have a leaked rendered image from a famous tipster named Steve H. McFly (@OnLeaks), who shared a new leaked rendered image for the Google Pixel 9 Pro smartphone in collaboration with 91 mobiles.
The leaked renders show an oval-shaped camera island that replicates the Pixel Fold smartphone, which is yet to make its way to launch. Take a look at the rendered image down below:
Leaked Specification details for the Google Pixel 9 Series
That was about the design side of the upcoming new flagship smartphone; now, if we move to the specification side, the all-new Google Pixel 9 will be coming with a 6.5-inch display, whereas the bigger brother, the Pixel 9 Pro, will be settling with a more extensive 6.7-inch panel.
The display sizes remain the same as the previously released Google Pixel flagship smartphone. However, now there will be a booth on the smartphone’s pixel resolution where the Pixel 9 will be getting the Quad HD display upgrades.
In contrast, the Pixel 9 Pro may move to spit in more pixels within their display, and there might be a substantial increase in overall screen brightness, too.
Moving to the camera side, the Pixel 9 series will now make a massive change with a rear camera sensor. This new sensor will be housed within the Pixel Fold oval-shaped housing and offer better quality.
Also, with the camera upgrade, there is a chance that the Pro model may finally get a dedicated periscope telephoto lens, which gives the phone a huge plus point to compete with the Galaxy S24 Ultra, which is already famous for its fantastic zooming capabilities.
Besides the camera, the Pixel 9 series will be faster than its predecessor models. We have leaked a report from Geekbench sharing that the upcoming Pixel 9 will occupy a newly built Tensor G4 sensor, which is Google’s fourth new innovative chipset.
Geekbench listing shows the smartphone getting an overall score of 1082 points in single-core and 3121 points in a multi-core benchmark. However, these numbers are surprisingly lower than the Google Pixel 8, as it’s only a leaked rumor; we will have to wait for an official confirmation from Google.