Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL aren't even five months old at this point, and leaks have told us that there are still two more versions of the Pixel 3 coming this year. That's right, Google will harken back to the beloved Nexus smartphone line it discontinued and release two lower-cost versions of its most recent Pixel handsets. We're definitely looking forward to seeing what Google has in store for the mid-range smartphone market, but it looks like attention is already turning to a point a bit further in the future.
A leak on Thursday showed us a supposed sketch of the design Google will use for its upcoming Pixel 4 XL. The Pixel 4 series isn't expected to be released for another seven months, and we have yet to see any solid rumors about what Google might have in store for Android fans this year. According to that sketch and a new leaked render, however, Google may be planning to finally release new flagship phones with designs that aren't stuck in the past.
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