Recently, Google Pixel 4 has become increasingly popular thanks to a patent discovered by 91Mobile. This patent seems to show a virtually steady phone with a screen-to-body ratio that we've only dreamed of, and no notch in sight. The problem is that it is not Google Pixel 4. It is actually the Pixel 2 XL.
The images that make the round come from two different submissions to the World Intellectual Property Organization on September 28, 2017, just weeks before Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL were released. The reason for the patent was to protect the unique new look of the back cover of Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL, which was similar to its predecessor, but had a much smaller glass plate. That's why his back cover looks "awfully familiar" to Pixel users and why 91
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This is one of two signups for Google Pixel 2 XL. Pictures about WIPO (1, 2)
As you know, Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL were not dazzling. In fact, they were both a long way off, using their forehead and chin to accommodate the front speakers. You may be wondering why the patent design has a rimless and bezelless design?
This is because the front of the phone is not really part of the design application. As indicated by the WIPO Listing, "The dashed lines in the drawings are illustrative of one or more portions of the mobile phone that do not form part of the design." As you can see, all front-side images use dotted or broken lines. Because of the patent, we do not know what the front of the phone looks like.