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Google Pixel 4 Renders Surface Online Before Official Announcements from the Maker

The smartphone world is shunned after OnLeaks, the notorious and infamous smartphone tipster shares the first leaked glimpse of the forthcoming flagship smartphone from Google, the Google Pixel 4. The first look of the Pixel 4 depicts that it is an exact close copy of the forthcoming iPhone XI.

Google came out with Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL smartphone devices in October 2018. After six months, Google also released affordable versions of the Pixel 3 smartphone, namely the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. The Pixel 3a doesn’t sport a robust processing power like its expensive counterparts, but the main highlight of the affordable Pixel 3a is the camera.

The leak of Pixel 4 is making quite a stir across the internet. Given that the rendered image is little to believe, yet the first leak reveals a very different upgrade introduced in the smartphone. OnLeaks has a reputation of bringing credible details when it comes to forthcoming flagship devices.

Rumors surrounding the Google Pixel 4

Previously, Google has assigned three design teams to provide the smartphone maker a.k.a search engine giant with three distinctive Pixel devices. The new rendered image suggests that Pixel 4 might not sport a punch-hole front camera display. There is a highly likely chance that Google will introduce the first punch hole display while unveiling the Pixel 4 XL. Moreover, the smartphone will also have a fingerprint sensor which would be integrated underneath the phone’s display. Before the leak, it was speculated that there would be no physical buttons in the rendered images.

By the looks of it, Google is yet to replace the physical buttons of the smartphone with capacitive touch control. So far, the Pixel 4 XL and the Pixel 4 are codenamed as Flame and Coral, respectively. According to the leaked images, Google has finally ditched its conventional front speakers that were the highlights of the previous Pixel devices. Rather, the company will opt for two holes that will feature the speaker.

The saga of Google Pixel devices and Android Q continues

An engineer from Google said that the upcoming Pixel 4 is going to offer a robust dual-SIM capability that has been missing from the previous Pixel device. Moreover, the rending image suggests that the Pixel 4 will feature a square camera set-up just like the forthcoming flagship iPhone, the Apple iPhone XI. According to the sources, the Pixel device will at least feature a dual-camera set-up which the Pixel devices of the past didn’t have.

In the previous month, a screen protector rendering suggested that Pixel 4 will sport a front-facing dual-camera set-up that comes with an in-display punch hole. So, Google might curate a punch-in hole display with the Pixel 4 XL.

The modern-day smartphones are on the verge of ditching the 3.5mm audio jack for good, and Google is also following the trend with its Pixel 4. The Pixel 4 also comes with a modern-day Type-C charging port which facilitates fast charging.

The upcoming Android Operating system Android Q will most likely roll out with Google Pixel 4. Pixel 4 will have a base inbuilt storage memory of 128 GB. Recently, a device from Google was recently benchmarked. Hence, there is a highly likely chance that Snapdragon 855 SoC will power Google Pixel 4. And like all the other flagship devices, Google Pixel 4 will sport at least 6GB RAM.

No other details regarding the Google Pixel 4 are available as of now. Stay Tuned!

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