Google Pixel 4 caught on camera for the first time

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Google Pixel 4 has been allegedly spotted in a couple of live images. Samsung has also begun putting more emphasis on these devices; In the past year, it has killed off the J series of phones and started putting new features into the Galaxy A lineup.

Google compromised in the Pixel 3a by using the Snapdragon 670 mobile platform instead of the Snapdragon 845 SoC, which powers the Pixel 3 phones.

The Pixel 4 will be notchless. Or will Google give us a seamless display phone?

Based on marketing materials leaked by Evan Blass, the Pixel 4 line-up is scheduled to launch after mid-October 2019 which is in line with previous Pixel launches.

The Pixel 3's camera is one of the strongest on the market and, with Google's free unlimited backup storage in high quality for all photos taken on the Pixel 3a, it's an attractive offering on a budget-friendly handset.

By embracing the leaks like Google did, the company offers an official teaser of what's coming soon.

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Many have predicted that Google's newest Pixel will rely on facial recognition software for unlocking the device, as well as added security. It's why we have new Otterbox cases on the same day a phone launches. This is a double-edged sword because there is a speaker on the forehead of the phone.

Google already released two new devices this year, the Pixel 3A and 3A XL, at attractive price points, with the 5.6-inch 3A and 6-inch 3A XL starting at $399 and $479, respectively.

Will Google Pixel 4 Have Just Facial Recognition? Perhaps Google will go down the route taken by Huawei with the Mate 20 Pro and have both face-unlock and an in-screen fingerprint reader. Google isn't likely to unveil the Pixel 4 until October, though the fresh leak suggests that we can safely expect a range of rumours ahead of its formal debut. One of the main reasons for this was the wide-angle selfie.

No surprises here, but Unbox Therapy's leak also shows that there will, once again, be two Pixels.

A recent video by the YouTube channel Unbox Therapy included a device the user claimed to be a mock-up of the Pixel 4.

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