In what can be called a very unusual and very very rare occurrence for a device manufacturer, Google has just confirmed that the recently leaked OnLeaks Pixel 4 rendering is genuine. He not only did this, but also released an official render with him.
Confirmation was made on Twitter by the official Made by Google account (@madebygoogle). The attached render shows the Pixel 4 in black with a square-shaped camera module. This render also gives us a clearer picture of the camera module, and we can confirm that it has two cameras.
Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you are! Wait until you see what he can do. # Pixel4 pic.twitter.com/RnpTNZXEI1
– Made by Google (@madebygoogle) June 12, 2019
Pixel 3 (and Pixel 3 XL) is one of the best camera phones that has one rear camera. Now that Google is adding an extra sensor, we can't wait for our thoughts to explode. Google knows we're thrilled, and even teases us by saying, “Wait until you see what it can do.”
The rear cameras are on opposite sides of each other, while the LED flash is at the bottom, and what should be a laser focusing module is on top. A few millimeters to the right of the flash is a smaller hole. We are not sure, but it could be a hole for the secondary microphone.
There is no fingerprint scanner at the back, which may indicate that it will have a built-in fingerprint scanner. It is also shown that the Pixel 4 has a white power button, which is located above the volume control, which is painted in black.
However, Google keeps the design of the front of the phone a secret. The OnLeaks visualization shows that there is a small headphone slot at the top of the screen, and it is assumed that the phone has a notch. We don’t know how wide or deep it is, but we hope that Google has learned a lesson regarding the ridiculous notch of the Pixel 3 XL.
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Although the specifications are not yet known, we are confident that it will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and will launch Android Q out of the box. It should also have wireless charging, like its predecessor.
Google Pixel 4 is still a few months away. If we are going to move on to the release date last year, then we still have to wait another four months. However, Google does not seem to keep their devices well-kept (Pixel 3a leaked a few months before the release), and if it hasn’t closed those leaks, we may have more leaks before the official launch!
Google is not the only one to introduce a square camera module this year, the iPhone 2019 also comes with the same design. Interesting times we are in, interesting times.
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