I know, you are eagerly waiting for the iPhone 11 launch event tonight, but let’s take a quick look at some real-life images of the Google Pixel 4 XL in the meantime. Yes, more live images for Google’s upcoming flagship have made their way online. This time we’re taking a peek at both the black and white variants side-by-side, not a dual-tone panda variant like the Pixel 2.

As you can see in the image above, the black variant has a glossy finish (as also seen in previous leaks) whereas the white variant touts a matte-like finish (which I would much rather prefer) on the rear. The edges of both the variants host a black finish. Yeah, even the white variant has black sides, which may further add to the appeal. You’ve obviously seen the square camera cut-out at the top left, but details for new camera features were revealed earlier this week.

On the front, well, Google has already revealed the design and the leaked images are in line with the same. There’s a tiny chin and a massive top bezel, which packs all the new Face Unlock sensor, Soli radar chip for Motion Sense gestures, and the selfie camera. It also shows light and dark theme wallpapers depending on the device color you choose.

I bet you would have already seen leaks for the Coral colored Pixel 4, which looks totally awful, but the white and black variants appear quite minimalist. I’m not sure if I like the glossy finish of the black Pixel 4 XL but I will reserve my final judgement for once I have tried the device. We also get a look at the always-on display in these leaked images and there doesn’t seem to be any difference there.

The Pixel lineup is rumored to sport a 90HZ display and is going to be powered by the flagship Snapdragon 855 chipset, with up to 6GB RAM and up to 256GB storage. While it seems like the smaller Pixel 4 will sport a 5.7-inch Full-HD display, the Pixel 4 XL (shown above) could feature a 6.3-inch 1440p OLED display. Well, the leaked images do seem to feature a large device and I’m not a huge fan of big devices (using the Galaxy S10e right now). The camera bump does look odd and out of place, but I’m fine with a massive top bezel if it offers me a ton of features and doesn’t hinder my experience. What are your opinions on these Pixel 4 leaks? Tell us in the comments below.