Rendered Images of Google Pixel 4 Surface Online: Google recently introduced the Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL, which are the much affordable versions of the Pixel 3 and 3XL. Now, as the launch period of the next Google smartphone is approaching, we have started seeing leaks and rumours related to the upcoming flagship, the Google Pixel 4. Recently, a new set of rendered photos has surfaced online, and it reveals that the Pixel 4 smartphone is expected to come featured with a square camera bump.
The rendered images show the position where the square camera bump will be placed at the rear. Though it is still doubtful whether Google will add two cameras or three cameras inside the square bump. The square rear camera setup is not new in smartphones, as we have already seen leaked images of the upcoming Apple iPhone 11 that will feature the same sort of styling for the rear cameras.
Coming to the display, the Pixel 4 series is expected to retain a notch like the Pixel 3XL but this time it may come with an in-display fingerprint scanner. We can also expect Google Pixel 4 to feature a 3D face unlock option. The rendered images also reveal that the Pixel 4 will sport two speakers at the bottom and the smartphone won’t come with front firing speakers that are seen on the present-gen Pixel devices. It is also being said that Google has apparently hired three design teams that are working independently on Pixel 4, and the brand will choose the best design to compete with the likes of other flagship phones.
If we talk about the specifications, we can expect the smartphone to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SOC, which will feature up to 6GB of RAM along with the latest Android Q operating system. The leaked images of the Google Pixel 4 also feature the same glass front and back combination as seen on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL. This means it will support wireless charging. As far the pricing is concerned, the Pixel 4 will be priced slightly higher than the Pixel 3, which is currently available for INR 57,999 at most of the online stores in India.