Early surprise for eager fans!
Google recently unveiled the toned down versions of its flagship series, the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. Now, everybody is eagerly waiting for Google’s next big launch – Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Going by the track record, Google is expected to launch these latest handsets in October. However, you do not have to wait anymore to look at the first exclusive 5K renders of the upcoming Pixel flagship. Kindly note, since the renders are based on early prototyping schematics, some features may change before launch.
As we can witness in the render above, the Pixel 4 will feature a square camera module – similar to renders we’ve seen of the Apple iPhone XI. We can easily expect a minimum of two cameras inside the square bump, if not three. This will be the first time that Google is using multiple camera lenses at the rear since it has always been known for its camera prowess.
The fingerprint scanner is missing in the photos, which hints that the company might opt for either an in-display fingerprint sensor or maybe even a 3D face unlock module. The position of the earpiece indicates that the company will retain the notch from the last year.
The renders portray that there will be a dual speaker grill system flanking the USB Type-C port, indicating that the upcoming Pixel(s) will ditch their traditional front-firing speakers. Physical buttons for volume and power are present on the right side of the smartphone, while the left edge is bare. Now, Google too is ditching the 3.5mm audio interface on their upcoming devices.
Google Pixel 4 specifications (rumored)
- Supported by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC
- 6GB of RAM
- Latest Android Q software
Since the official launch is still away, we can expect more information about Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL to surface over the coming months.