With the launch less than four months away, the much anticipated Google Pixel 4 real-life image has been surfaced on the web. Early this year, alleged Pixel 4 renders have shown up and late last month a case maker has shown us the Google Pixel 4 featuring a punch-hole display on the front. However, there’s new hands-on real-life of the upcoming Pixel 4 showed up, which reveals what to expect from Google’s next flagship smartphone.
The hands-on images were put up Slashleaks and appeared to be legit images showcased the Pixel 4 device featuring the already expected punch-hole display on the front. The rear of the alleged Pixel 4 features dual rear cameras, which is the first time from Google since it had relied on a single rear camera ever since the launch of the first Pixel. And, the single camera on the latest Pixel 3 and the XL devices have proven to be incredible with Google’s computational photography along with the newly added Night Sight mode.
The alleged Pixel 4 renders appear to share the current Pixel 3 design featuring two-tone glass finish on the rear. Opting to punch-hole display on the front of the Pixel 4 device seems to be a quite interesting move from Google as we have seen on the Samsung Galaxy devices and Huawei/Honor devices launched this year. If the leaked hands-on images of the alleged Pixel 4 are believed to be accurate, then we might expect the identical design with the Pixel 4 XL as well, and also it still unclear whether the dual cameras are for both the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL or whether it is limited to only the larger variant.
Google has recently launched mid-range lineup this year featuring Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL smartphones. As stated earlier, the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL devices are scheduled to launch in October. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.