Google is slated to launch the Pixel 4 sometime in October. The smartphone is the fourth iteration in the company’s Pixel lineup and will come in regular and XL editions. The Pixel 4 is expected to come with significant changes compared to the current devices
Recently Google also confirmed the Pixel 4 on its Twitter handle giving us a glimpse of the device. The teaser image of the Pixel 4 revealed the presence of a square camera module on the top left corner that houses two rear sensors. There is Google branding at the bottom of the device. It is also expected to flaunt a refreshed single-tone design instead of a two-tone design like previous Pixel models. The official Pixel 4 teaser is in line with our earlier exclusive renders of the device in collaboration with OnLeaks.
The official image shared by Google revealed the Pixel 4 in Black colour. However, a new set of leaked renders on Indiashopps.com depicts the upcoming device in ‘Mint Green’ with a Yellow power button. The White and Black colour variants are accentuated with Blue and White coloured power buttons respectively. On the front, there is a thick bezel on the top that may house a dual front camera setup. Also, the fingerprint scanner on the back is missing which hints at a facial recognition method (similar to Face ID on iPhone) or in-display fingerprint scanner. It’s worth noting that the camera placement on the white Pixel 4 is different from the Mint Green render, so these renders might not be accurate, and as such, this information shouldn’t be taken seriously until we have further confirmation.
Details regarding core specifications of the Pixel 4 are still not known yet. The smartphones are most likely to come with top-of-the-line Snapdragon 855 chipset paired with up to 8GB RAM and run on the upcoming Android Q OS. .