Shortly after several image renders of the Pixel 9 Pro’s alleged design were shared online, it looks like we now have a good look of what the base model Pixel 9 will look like, thanks to a fresh set of 3D images which show how the phone might end up looking.
Courtesy of the folks over at 91Mobiles and tech leaker @OnLeaks, the renders show the more standard Pixel 9 model in a blue colorway, and is expected to come with a 6.1-inch display. It does bear a great resemblance to the Pixel 9 Pro though, especially with the flat sides, redesigned camera bar, and smaller bezels.
Interestingly enough, the phone’s design houses three camera sensors, a first for a base-model Pixel handset. It’s very likely that this setup will include a main sensor, ultrawide and telephoto lens, unlike the Pixel 8 which only features a standard sensor in addition to an ultrawide lens.
In other Pixel leak news, a couple of photos showing the supposed retail packaging for the Pixel 8a were leaked online. Originally posted via X/Twitter, the images showcase the front and sides of the Pixel 8a retail box, which come from a source based in Vietnam. The image of the handset on the box does confirm early design leaks, which include the phone’s round profile as well as a slimmer camera bar on the device’s rear panel.
Going back to the Pixel 9, it might be a bit of time before Google announces anything official, but given the amount of leaked information surrounding Google’s hardware, it might not take that long for the internet to dig up everything on the upcoming phone.