In which could be termed highly unusual and a fairly very exceptional occurrence for a device manufacturer, Google has sort of just confirmed the recently flowed out Pixel 4 render by OnLeaks is genuine. It not only did that however Additionally launched an official render alongside.
The confirmation was made on Twitter by the official Made by Google (@madebygoogle) account. The attached render shows the Pixel 4 in black with its square-shaped camera module. This render also provides us a clearer appear at the image sensor module and we could confirm it houses two digital cameras.
The Pixel 3 (and Pixel 3 XL) is one of the best digital camera smartphones out there and it has a single rear camera. Presently that Google is adding an more sensor, we can’t wait to have our minds blown. Google knows we are excited and even teases us by saying “Wait ’til you look at what it could do”.
The rear cameras are on opposite sides of each other even though the LED flash is at the bottom and what should be the laser focus module is at the top. There is Furthermore a smaller hole a number of millimeters to the right of the flash. We are not Of course but that may be a hole for a secondary microphone.
Google Pixel 4
There is no fingerprint scanner on the rear which may be a hint that it will have an in-display fingerprint sensor. The Pixel 4 is Additionally shown to have a white power button that sits over the quantity rocker what is painted black.
However, Google is keeping the design of the front of the phone a secret. OnLeaks’s render displays there is a little slit at the top of the screen for the earpiece and presumes the phone has a notch. We don’t have idea how wide or deep it is but we hope Google has learned its lesson with regards to the ridiculous notch of the Pixel 3 XL.
Whereas the technical specs are still unknown, we are Very sure it will arrive with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor and run Android Q out of the box. It really should also have wireless charging like its predecessor.
The Google Pixel 4 is still months away from release. If we are to go by last year’s release date, then we yet have to wait 4 a lot more months. Regardless, Google appears to be bad at keeping its products a secret (the Pixel 3a flowed out months before release) and if it yet hasn’t plugged those leaks yet, we may have far more leaks before the formal launch!
Google isn’t the only one adopting a square camera module this year, the 2019 iPhones are also coming with the exactly design. Interesting times we are in, interesting times.