Google Pixel 4 renders show a camera arrangement that nobody asked for


Google has had a few years to fine-tune the technology and come up with some features that could really differentiate the Pixel line from its rivals. 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.

And it all comes down to the camera.

What you see above and below is allegedly the upcoming Pixel 4, with a square camera bump on the back. It's not clear whether this is a double or triple camera system, but previous leaks/fan speculation has suggested a dual camera from Google. The company is now offering the Pixel 3 XL at US$779.99 for the 128 GB model in Clearly White and Just Black, but these are not the SKUs about which to get excited. He believes that Google will go with multiple camera sensors - two for visible light and something called a "spectral" sensor. Let's hope the design aesthetic and inspiration doesn't reach levels of the Pixel 3 XL's notch. The company is now running a promotion on the Pixel 3 XL, the more refined and more premium sibling to the 3a XL. The positioning of the earpiece suggests that the Pixel 4 will be featuring a notch on its display.

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The alleged Pixel 4 renders appear to share the current Pixel 3 design featuring two-tone glass finish on the rear.

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.

Internals of the phone are still anyone's guess but Snapdragon's latest 855 SoC can be expected, along with a bump in RAM and other hardware specs.