Recently at I/O 2019 conference, Google launched new Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. Both of these weren’t the follow-up to Pixel 3 rather they were budget versions which were meant to be sold alongside. As for the real successor, it would be named Pixel 4 and the series is expected to arrive later this year. As we prepare for it, leaks have started to pour in and this is our first look at preliminary renders of Pixel 4. Many renders have been floating around the internet but most of them are fan-created and this seems to be the first near-official look.
Judging by these renders, Google Pixel 4 will house a lifted glass camera at the back, and for the first time, it would have multiple cameras. Further, the render shows an earpiece at the front-top, a metal rail around the sides, and a USB-C port at the bottom and there isn’t a fingerprint sensor introduced within the build which either means facial authentication or in-display fingerprint sensor or both.
Pixel 4 Renders: First Look
As is tradition with Google, every Pixel device gets a codename. For standard Pixel 4 it would be Coral and for Pixel 4 XL it would be Flame. These codenames were extracted from the Android Open Source Project’s latest commit. Talking about internal specifications for Google Pixel 4 are assumed to carry next-generation Snapdragon 855 processor and 6GB of RAM.
For launch time-frame, Pixel 4 is expected to arrive later in the year, hopefully the same time when Pixel 3 was announced. Keep in mind, these are just leaks, the end product might be different. However, it is for certain that Google Pixel 4 is going to be a powerful and featured-packed addition to the Google Pixel family.
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