Pixel 4 Design Revealed By Google
Google is expected to launch the next generation of its flagship smartphone lineup, known as the Google Pixel in the following months. Going by the company’s track record in the past, the official announcement may take place in the month of October. While still a few months away from the unveiling, a popular gadget tipster leaked the design of the upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone a few days ago. Now, in what could be called an unpredictable move, Google has put an end to all speculations and rumours by posting a picture on microblogging website Twitter confirming the design of the Pixel 4 series.
Google Pixel 4 Design
As mentioned above, Google has confirmed the design of its upcoming smartphones, allegedly called the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. While the images only showcase what the rear of the devices will look like, it seems to be quite the change from their predecessors, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. It has been revealed that the handsets will utilise a square camera housing similar to the rumoured iPhone XI. The upcoming Google smartphones will have a dual camera setup; which may be comprised of a primary lens, a wide angle lens and an additional spectral sensor which handles light flicker while recording video.
The images of the Pixel 4 revealed by Google also exhibit a glass back which suggests the presence of wireless charging like its predecessor. There is no physical fingerprint scanner present anywhere on the back of the smartphone. This insinuates that the upcoming device will have an in display fingerprint scanner or will rely entirely on some kind of face unlock technology. It is believed that Google will launch Pixel 4 in the aforementioned month of October. In the past, gadget leaks have been complained about of ruining the experience for the brand. So this move by Google leaking their smartphone officially, confirming the design of their upcoming product is a surprising and a welcome change.