Google Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL 360-degree renders surface online

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on Jul 22 2019
Google Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL 360-degree renders surface online

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Google Pixel 4, Pixel 4XL renders surface online.

The phones are seen sporting two front cameras and sensors.

Google may have released the camera module of its upcoming Pixel devices, but it seems that the move isn’t keeping the tipsters away from leaking the renders of the phones. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to be launched in October, and it's not just the camera that defines a Google Pixel device. The design is an integral part of the phones, and in the latest development, the renders of Google’s next flagship have surfaced online.

Released by famous tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks (via igeeksblog), the latest 360-degree 5K renders provide a closer look to what we can expect from Google’s fourth generation of Pixel devices this year. As per the images, the phone has a considerable forehead, a smaller chin and thin bezels on the sides. In the forehead, we can see two lenses, which could be the dual-front camera setup that was launched in last year’s Pixel phones. 

Along with it are two small vertically arranged sensors, which could be for face unlock. Since there is no fingerprint sensor on the back, the speculation of Pixel devices having face unlock seems more promising. It could be possible that the company will introduce an in-display fingerprint sensor in the phones. Further, there are reports that Google may utilise the black space on the right side of the earpiece for Soli Radar components for touchless gestures. The phones do not have a 3.5mm headphone jack.

On the back, there is no signature Pixel-style two tone design. The camera module is bulky and houses two lenses, a ToF sensor, and an LED flash. When it comes to the speakers, the images suggest that there won’t be any front firing speakers this time around. Instead, Google may introduce a noise-canceling speaker on the top. We can also see speaker slits at the bottom next to the USB-C port at the bottom.

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