Real-Life Photos of All Google Pixel 9 Models Leaked

Google sure knows how to stir the gadget world with little glimpses of its upcoming Pixel 9 series. We have now with us leaked images of not only one model but three upcoming Pixel 9s. The Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, and maybe the Pixel 9 Pro XL. We are not so sure of the name Pro or XL yet.

While the XL name isn’t confirmed, it’s absolutely clear that Google’s upcoming launch will include three top-tier smartphones this year. Also, there could be a Pixel 9 Fold too but we do not have a leaked photo or any spec details for that yet.

We could see the latest leaked images of the Pixel 9 to be modified Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro with the Pixel 9 Pro being the smaller version of the Pro XL version.

Here’s everything we have for you by Google Pixel.

Google Pixel 9 Series Leaked Details

The latest leaked photos give us the first look at these new Google phones. You can see the screen as well and they’re even booting up into Android, which is pretty cool.

Unlike last time when they did show the Pixel 9 Pro but the screen wasn’t working properly, this time it’s legit.

All three models were up and running, in the photos, which is great news. Moreover, there are pictures of them in comparison with other models side by side to give us a clear understanding of size, look, and feel.

It is surprising that these leaks are coming almost five months before the usual time Google releases its phones in October. But, the way Google has finally chopped down the bulky camera bar like regular phones, strikes out everything unusual else.

Excited enough?

Google Pixel 9 Series

The Google Pixel 9 series is going to make rippling waves with their distinct designs and camera setups as they no longer sport the bulky bulge. The Pixel 9 is sure to impress with its sleek metal frame and glass back. Almost like how early iPhones 6 and iPhone 7 used to look metallic yet sleek in hand.

While its Pro sibling is seen flaunting similar design cues but has a subtle unique matte finish. The Pixel 9 Pro rocks a triple-camera system for refined photos, while the Pixel 9 has a dual-camera configuration. The front selfie camera stays in a cut-out design at the top center of the screen for all three versions.

As other details about the design remain under wraps, the size of the Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro looks identical. The source suggests that the Pixel 9 may feature slightly thicker bezels compared to its Pro variant though.

Google Pixel 9 Display Size

Pixel 9 (Tokay)

The Pixel 9 looks the same in size as the 9 Pro but has a thicker bezel lined onto the flat front screen and sports a glossy back. The primary difference looks like is the dual camera setup unlike the triple camera in Pro.

  • 12GB RAM
  • 128GB Base Storage
  • 6.24’’ 120Hz AMOLED Display
  • Rear Camera 1x Primary and a 0.5x Ultrawide (no megapixel given)
  • No UWB support
  • Glossy flat back
  • Matte frame
  • Flat display with flat edges
  • Back is a glossy glass
  • Large bezels

Pixel 9 Pro (Caiman)

The Pixel 9 Pro looks interestingly similar in size to the Pixel 9. However, it comes with a triple camera stack, matte finish, and thinner bezels.

  • 16GB RAM
  • 128GB Base Storage
  • 6.34’’ 120Hz AMOLED Display
  • Triple camera setup: Primary, a 0.5x ultrawide, and a 5x periscope telephoto
  • All cameras are 50MP
  • UWB supported
  • Matte flat back
  • Matte frame
  • Flat display with slightly thinner bezels

Pixel 9 Pro XL (Komodo)

The Pixel 9 Pro XL or codenamed Komodo is going to have the largest size similar to that of iPhone 15 Pro Max. The triple camera stack is similar to the 9 pro and looks premium with flat edges.

  • 16GB RAM
  • 128GB Base storage
  • 6.73’’ 120Hz AMOLED display
  • Triple camerastack: a 0.5x ultrawide, and a 5x periscope telephoto, all 50MP
  • Supports UWB
  • Matte flat back
  • Matte glass back
  • Flat display with thinner bezels

Comparison of Pixel 9 Pro, Pixel 9, Pixel 8 and Pixel 7

Rozetked gave us clear snap-shots for comparison, showing new Pixels alongside their vanilla counterparts from the past two years. The line-up including Pixel 9 Pro, Pixel 9, Pixel 8, and Pixel 7 are seen neatly arranged side by side.

This image offers us a clear view of the fresh design of the upcoming Pixel 9 series. Clearly highlighting the primary difference between the flat backs of the Pixel 9 phones and the curvy design aesthetics of the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 7.

Comparison of Pixel 9 Pro, Pixel 9, Pixel 8 and Pixel 7

Comparison with iPhone 15 Pro Max and 15 Pro

The leaked images offer us a lot of confirmations, providing a clear picture of what to expect from the upcoming Google Pixel lineup. Interestingly, the Pixel 9 Pro closely sits in size with the iPhone 15 Pro, while its XL matches more to the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Surprisingly, the Pixel 9 shares a similar size frame to the Pixel 9 Pro, despite the Pro model having a triple-camera setup at the back. So we can think of it as a premium configuration in a smaller size.

Pixel 9 Pro XL vs iPhone 15 Pro Max Pixel 9 Pro vs iPhone 15 Pro

How is the Pixel 9 Series Different?

Changes in the Pixel’s appearance are the most prominent change that you can instantly make out. The “new-camera bar” is sure to raise curiosity and make you think about Google’s branding decisions. Despite these changes, Google maintains a unique style with the flat edges of the camera stack like rivals Apple and Samsung.

What To Expect

As excitement mounts for its official launch as gadget lovers are waiting for further insights into Google’s latest models. There is a possibility of a Pixel 9 teaser during the upcoming Google I/O keynote.

There are some reports that all three phones are equipped with the new Tensor G4 processor, though they couldn’t confirm if that’s the official name. They also couldn’t share any details about this processor but promised to reveal more at a later time.

The quick sneak peek looks great in terms of design and the way Google is reshaping and going dynamic with its flagship devices. While there’s some uncertainty about the names, it’s clear that Google is going chic with the camera bar.

Although details about the new Tensor G4 processor are still under wraps, the leaked specs and comparisons with older models hint at some exciting upgrades. We are still awaiting more details and we will keep you posted as we gather new data.

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