While the Pixel 4A is currently the most hotly anticipated smartphone in the western smartphone market, its bigger sibling the Pixel 4A XL has unfortunately been given the shaft. This is a shame, but if you were curious about what the 4a XL would have looked like, we’ve got some renders.
These renders come courtesy of @xleaks7 from Twitter in partnership with phone accessory and case maker Pigtou, and they give us a very detailed and close look at the cancelled device. It’s unsurprisingly incredibly similar to the Pixel 4A leaks that we’ve seen so far, just bigger.
There’s a hole punch camera cutout on the front left of the device’s display, and there’s a dual-camera setup on the rear. There’s also a fingerprint sensor on the back of the Pixel 4A XL, a USB Type-C on the bottom, and shockingly there’s even a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the device.
It’s quite disappointing to see Google cancel the Pixel 4A XL, especially considering how so many people were looking forward to it. Still, even if we don’t have the device, at the very least we’ve got these renders to look at. Pigtou have also posted a video of the renders, which you can view here. In the meantime, stay tuned on Giztop.com for more smartphone news.