Wireless charging feature will also be present on the phone. The alleged image of Google Pixel 4 by 9to5google shows us the back of the new Pixel phone covered in a fabric case. This could possibly hamper the sales of its current flagship Pixel 3, which has already been facing poor sales.
Today, however, the first Google Pixel 4 hands-on image leaked that once again confirmed that square camera module. There are two cameras now, at least, but what are those other holes for? This is likely to be a noise-cancelling microphone. After unmasking the entry-level Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the pricier Note 10 Pro in the last few days alone, the tipster has now shared a series of images that reveal the Google Pixel 4 from every angle. Now, it's just a single slab of glass on the rear.
The other thing the image reveals is that there is no fingerprint scanner on this model - leading to speculation that the Pixel 4 will feature in-screen fingerprint scanner - or will upgrade to face or retina ecognition technology instead. The absence of a physical fingerprint sensor is also noticeable, which means it could either be placed underneath the display or within the side-mounted power button. Hilsenteger also says the Pixel 4 won't have a notch on the front. "Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go!" the account tweeted. The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are rumored to be powered by a Snapdragon 855 SoC. But if the pace of early leaks (and past years' leaks) is anything to go by, we'll know a lot more about this phone much sooner.
Google has one-upped the Twitter leakers who have made careers out of leaking images of popular smartphones. So, stay tuned with us for further information on Pixel 4. The tech behind this is a radar chip that Google has been working on under the codename Project Soli. XDA Developers reports that Android Q includes references to hint at an "Aware" sensor. Do you have a Pixel phone?
Behold the Pixel 4 in all its glory.
This has little to do with Apple or Google themselves, but when other manufacturers start copying this trend, it'll be very bad.
Above the two camera lenses is a smaller third something. We know more leaks and rumors will go public but perhaps to stop them all, Google has made a decision to join the game.
The real shape of the smartphone is partially hidden by a protective covering in the leaked images.