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Another potential look at Google's rumored Pixel XL phone

A 360-degree video rendering of Google's alleged Pixel XL handset has surfaced online.

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Google is expected to make a couple of big announcements during its upcoming San Francisco event, and there's strong evidence that two new "Pixel" phones may be part of the unveiling. Although the event is scheduled for October 4, possible renderings of what is said to be one of the handsets, the Pixel XL, surfaced ahead of schedule.

The renderings were posted by OnLeaks, a known technology tipster with a long history of leaking information about mobile hardware. Since Google has not yet announced if there even is a Pixel XL phone (let alone what it might look like), there is no proof that these renderings are real or accurate. Still, the video may give us a closer idea of what the next Google flagships could look like.

The digital renderings showcase a 360-degree view of the alleged handset, and gives us a look at what could be the front display, camera and flash, fingerprint reader and headphone jack. In addition, Onleaks lists what is believed to be the phone's dimensions: 6.09 by 2.98 by 0.28 inches (154.72 by 75.74 by 7.3 mm), though the thickness at the bottom of the handset may be as thick as 0.33 inch (8.5 mm).

Along with new handsets, Google is expected to release a 4K Chromecast, a VR headset and the Google Home smart speaker. Of course, all will be revealed on October 4, and CNET will be on the ground reporting from the event, so be sure to check back to see our full coverage.

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