Upcoming Google Pixel 4 Officially Confirmed to Sport Dual Rear Cameras
Recently, it became quite common to see the leaked renders of the upcoming smartphones, especially the ones from Googe. The Google Pixel 3a hands-on images were on the internet almost six months before its official launch. Earlier this week, the CAD renders of the Pixel 4 smartphone are leaked online. It is expected to come with at least dual rear cameras placed inside the protruding square camera module. Today, Google has tweeted out the teaser image of the Pixel 4 smartphone revealing the rear view of the device.
From the above-featured image, we can confirm the device to sport dual rear cameras along with LED flash and a cut-out for the microphone. There is also an additional sensor inside the large camera module and we have no idea about its functionality. Even the upcoming iPhones are rumored to come with a similar back design. While the Pixel 4 seems to settle with dual cameras, the 2019 iPhones will sport triple rear cameras.
Compared to the previous Pixel smartphones, the upcoming Pixel 4 is missing the rear-facing fingerprint scanner and dual-tone finish. Now, it’s just a single slab of glass on the rear. The power button and volume rocker can be seen on the right edge. We aren’t expecting to see the 3.5mm audio jack which found its place on the mid-range Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones. However, the USB Type-C port will stay on the bottom edge of the device.
Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait 'til you see what it can do. #Pixel4 pic.twitter.com/RnpTNZXEI1
— Made by Google (@madebygoogle) June 12, 2019
Even though Google has officially revealed the design of its upcoming flagship smartphone in the month of June, the official launch event will still take place in October. The Pixel 4 will come powered by the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform built on 7nm FinFET node. The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL could also become the first smartphones to run on Android Q out of the box. Google recently released the Android Q Beta 4 update and there are still two more beta updates left before the public release. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details!
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