Google Pixel 9 renders show a flat design, a revised rear camera module, and other changes.


  • The Google Pixel 9 will have a small form factor and a 6.1-inch flat display.
  • The rear camera module is redesigned, and the frame is flat.
  • There may be a telephoto lens on the back camera setup.

Although the Google Pixel 9 series won’t be official for several months, we already have a decent idea of how the future phones will appear. We are giving you the first look at the Pixel 9, the smaller sibling of the Pixel 9 Pro, while the folks at MySmartPrice shared some renders of the device. Once more, tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer, aka OnLeaks, is the source of these high-resolution renders. Anticipate a more condensed form factor with a design akin to that of the Pixel 9 Pro.

Details of the Google Pixel 9’s design

We can get a good look at the upcoming Google flagship phone with the help of the 360-degree video shared exclusively by OnLeaks and the 5K renders below. The Pixel 9 will be smaller even though it looks like the Pixel 9 Pro. The rendered design appears to have flattened sides, much like the iPhone 15. Although it has undergone redesign, the back camera module still resembles a Pixel phone in many ways. There is also a blue version of the Pixel 9, which is probably going to be available in additional colors.

While still quite noticeable, the rear camera visor on the Pixel 9 is shorter and does not extend all the way to the edge. For the first time, a standard Pixel phone would have three rear cameras. We’ve been informed that there will be two additional, as of yet unidentified sensors in addition to a telephoto lens.

The Google Pixel 6 will have a punch-hole camera in the center of a 6.1-inch flat display. The Pixel 9 will be 152.8 x 71.9 x 8.5 mm (12.0 mm including the camera bump), according to OnLeaks.

In the upcoming months, more information about the Pixel 9 is anticipated, but we can anticipate better cameras, a new Tensor chipset, and a ton of AI features. Additionally, renders of the Pixel 9 Pro were made public, showcasing a redesigned appearance and a smaller screen than the model it replaced. Google appears to be aiming for a more compact design for the upcoming Pixel flagships.

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