While we are still 4 months away from an official Pixel 4 launch event, rumor mills start churning crispy details way early. We can officially shift our attention to Pixel 4 from the recently launched Pixel 3a siblings. While not much is known about Pixel 3’s successor, a rather interesting rumor has confirmed the biggest feature – the display.
While some unofficial renders showed that Pixel 4 might be “influenced” by Samsung to introduce punch-hole displays, a recent image leak by Skinomi, a company which makes phone accessories based in California, gives us a sneak-peek into what the display might look like.
Going by the leak, the screen protector appears to be of glass type which has a large cutout for the two front-facing cameras which are under the display. You can also see a cutout for the two front-facing dual speakers.
The leak clearly suggests two things – Google has paid heed to the hue and cry for the hideous notch and that it will continue implementing a regular and wide-angle selfie camera for its flagship smartphones.
Google Pixel 4 series is expected to debut with Snapdragon 855 SoC and of course the upcoming Android Q. It will also feature the recently announced Google Assistant 2.0. We hope Google increases the minimum RAM capacity from 4GB to at least 6GB. Rumors also suggest that a 512GB model is in the works. While all this is interesting, we are expecting Google to jump on the bandwagon of multiple rear cameras.
The upcoming smartphones are expected to be announced in October 2019 at the annual Made by Google event. Stay tuned for more such updates.