Back in March this year, the alleged Pixel 4 renders showed up on the web, which gave us the first look of the upcoming flagship device that is expected to release this fall. The Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL are the highly anticipated phones and are now likely to be featuring punch-hole displays for the front-facing cameras, similar to what we have seen on the recently released Samsung and Huawei phones. Confirming this, a new leak from a case maker has revealed further of what the new Google Pixel 4 would look like.
According to Skinomi, the company which manufactures screen protectors and cases for smartphones and other relatable gadgets has put up the alleged Google Pixel 4 screen protector, which showcased the device render itself. Going by the image showcased, we can see the front of the expected Pixel 4 that reveals the earlier reported punch-hole cut out for selfie cameras on the device and the respective screen protector as well.
The image further reveals the full-screen display on the Google Pixel 4 with minimum bezels and a punch hole for the front-facing cameras on the top right of the screen. Further zooming in the image reveals dual speakers on the front, meaning we can expect the much improved dual stereo speaking front-facing speakers similar to the earlier released Pixel devices. The case protector showcased has a cutout sufficient to fit dual front cameras but alleged the case protector appears to be named as the regular Pixel 4, which contradicts the earlier leaks – as the larger Pixel 4 XL is reportedly said to be featuring dual front cameras and not the regular Pixel 4.
Regardless, it is too early to predict what the upcoming Google Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL would look like and what cameras would they be featuring. Going by the earlier leaks and renders and this new case protector leak, we can certainly expect the next Google Pixels featuring a punch hole display similar to Samsung Galaxy S10+.
Google has recently launched its new mid-range smartphones – the Google Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL. The flagship Pixel 4 and the XL variant will likely be launched this fall in its popular October launch event. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.