The initial set of renders for the upcoming Google Pixel 9 Pro, slated for release later this year, has surfaced, courtesy of @OnLeaks. Similar to the Pixel 8 Pro, this model features a flat display, but what sets it apart is the flat design extending to both the sides and the back.
Reportedly, the phone will sport a 6.5-inch screen, making it slightly smaller than the 6.7-inch display on the Pixel 8 Pro. This aligns with earlier speculations hinting at the development of a smaller pro-level Pixel 9. Anticipate a Quad HD screen, potentially accompanied by an increased peak brightness.
The renders showcase a refined camera bump housing the main, ultra-wide, and telephoto camera modules. The phone is expected to have dimensions of 162.7 x 76.6 x 8.5~12mm, making it marginally thinner than its predecessor. While button placements remain unchanged, noteworthy is the relocation of the SIM slot from the left side to the bottom.
With a metal frame, the antenna bands are visible. Powering the Pixel 9 series is expected to be the Tensor G4, codenamed "Redondo." As of now, specific details regarding other specifications are unknown, but additional information is likely to emerge in the coming months, given the anticipated October launch date.