An official teaser for the upcoming Google Pixel 4 has created some interest among the technology fans of the country. After getting multiple renders regarding the phone, the fans can finally imagine what the product will actually look like in the skin. The image shows the phone in two different parts, showcasing that the rear will come with just one squared portion for the camera and fingerprint sensor will not be available at its original location. It can either be an in-display sensor or 3D face sensing camera in place of the fingerprint tech. The rear comes with a Google logo in the lower half.
The camera section is seen with two full-sized lenses, along with a flash under the setup. The upper dot looks like a lens but could be a diversion for a moment as Google currently offers just a single camera for the rear end. The button seen on the right side looks like a power switch that will also serve as the voice control switch for the phone. This is the first time that a brand has teased the actual shape and setup of the product. It seems like they are trying to keep buyers clear of the renders that misguide buyers into complex designs and odd non-practical features that are not even invented.
Google Pixel 4 is expected to feature Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM and different internal storage options. The single-camera setup may stay exclusive to the Lite version of the phone while others could get multiple lenses this time. The only rival for the flagship product will be the next-gen Apple iPhone 11. Google Pixel 4 is said to feature automatic white light balancing and Android Q as the stock operating system. The chipset is also expected to feature certain exclusive features like Google gestures for certain important features. The official launch of Pixel 4 smartphone is expected to happen in October 2019.