Renders of the Google Pixel 4 Have Leaked

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OnLeaks and Pricebaba have shared 5K renders of Google’s next Pixel phone, which will likely launch in October.

Its most radical change is a square camera module. This is the same design aesthetic that Apple’s next iPhone reportedly has.

The renders also reveal the phone won’t have a fingerprint scanner. Pricebaba predicts it could have a fingerprint sensor built into its display or utilize 3D face unlocking technology.

OnLeaks believes the phone will retain the notch from last year’s model.

Not much is known about the Pixel 4 at this point, but a few leaked benchmarks have suggested that it will come powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. Another piece of crucial information revealed by these leaks is the presence of 6GB of RAM. The smartphone will also boot the latest Android Q software as is the trend with Pixel flagships. Apart from this, no other information is available.


Tsing Mui
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