Pixel 4 leaked renders make rounds on the web

Google Pixel 4

Google Pixel 4

According to the renders, the Pixel 4 smartphone will be coming with a square camera module which appears similar to leaked renders of the iPhone XI. the earpiece of the phone hints that the company will be retaining the notch which could be similar to the Pixel 3 XL which was launched previous year.

With the launch less than four months away, the much anticipated Google Pixel 4 real-life image has been surfaced on the web. The Snapdragon 845 and 4GB of RAM keeps things going just fine, the 12MP camera is still incredible, and the Google software experience is flawless for those who have to have the latest and greatest first. New renders of the phone have appeared on Pricebaba, giving fans a taster of what to expect.

The first thing to notice is Google's departure from using a single rear camera to a multi-camera setup. A fingerprint scanner is not present in the form of a physical button or region on the back, which suggests that this year, the Pixel 4 might have an in-display unit.

CNET may get a commission from retail offers. That phone didn't do well in sales, after all. 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.

The renders also show that that there will be two speaker grills at the bottom edges along with a USB Type-C port at the center.

The phone schematics also suggest that it will have a glass front and back to give it a more premium look and feel. Google had introduced its Pixel series of smartphones in 2016.

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