Months ahead of its anticipated launch, the Google Pixel 9 series has already become the talk of the town, thanks to a flurry of leaks inundating the internet. The latest revelations suggest that Google is revamping the camera design for its upcoming flagship lineup.

A recent report by the Russian publication Rozetked unveils a significant redesign in the camera layout for the Pixel 9 series. Instead of the customary camera bar spanning the width of the phone, Google appears to be adopting a smaller oval-shaped camera strip, reminiscent of the Pixel Fold’s camera island.

In addition to the camera overhaul, the report delves into the hardware specifications of the Pixel 9 series. The much-anticipated Tensor G4 chipset is expected to power these devices, with variations in RAM configurations across models. The standard Pixel 9 may boast 12GB of RAM, while its Pro counterparts, the Pixel 9 Pro and the Pixel 9 Pro XL, could feature an impressive 16GB of RAM.

Camera enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that while the Pixel 9 is rumored to sport a dual-camera setup sans telephoto lens, the Pro models are purported to house a triple 50MP camera array. Display sizes are also speculated, with the Pixel 9 expected to flaunt a 6.24-inch screen, while the Pro variants may sport larger displays, ranging from 6.34 to 6.73 inches.

With an anticipated launch window in October, the Google Pixel 9 series is projected to debut with Android 15 straight out of the box. Moreover, if whispers hold true, the recently unveiled Pixel 8a could mark the conclusion of Google’s ‘a’ series phones, signaling a shift in the company’s product strategy.