Not long ago, there were speculative images leaked of alleged Google Pixel 4, ahead of the usual launch in October. The images indicated a significant camera hump on the rear of the Pixel 4 similar to what we have seen on the alleged 2019 iPhone renders. And, other alleged hands-on photos have showcased a dual rear camera set up on the suspected Pixel 4 smartphone. Well, the leaks of the Google Pixel 4 haven’t been stopping yet.
Folks at GSMArena partnered with a tipster Shivam Pandya has revealed three exclusive shots of the alleged Google Pixel 4. The images unveiled showcase Pixel 4 kept in an enclosed case, which the report suggests that the photos of the devices are captured in a prototype type stages. Regardless of the case in which the device is enclosed, the images showcase the front of the much-anticipated Pixel 4 device.
Going by the images, the Google Pixel 4, as reported earlier, the device will be featuring a punch-hole display for dual front-facing cameras similar to what we have witnessed on the Galaxy S10+ devices released early this year. Bezels on the alleged Pixel 4 also appear to be minimum, when compared to the predecessors. The report further indicates that Pixel 4 would ditch the front-facing stereo speakers to achieve the full-screen display with minimal bezels.
Further, in another image, the Pixel device is put side by side with the Pixel 2 XL device, which further suggests the alleged image is of the Pixel 4 XL, most likely and we can also witness the significant difference in design – thanks to reduced bezels. These new leaked images appear to be promising especially after the criticism faced for Pixel 3 XL design that released last year as it had the ugliest notch ever that withheld the dual front-facing cameras, the first to implement on any Pixel device by Google.
Google has recently announced its latest Android Q at Google I/O event this year, and the fourth beta of the most recent Android Q is already out for developers. We can expect these alleged Pixel 4 XL launch sometime in October along with the official release of the Android Q operating system. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.