Google’s Pixel series provides the ultimate Google experience. After being the top contender for a camera phone with just a single lens, Google Pixel 4 is all set to disrupt the market once again. The Pixel 4’s glimpse was shared by Google itself but 2 live images are making the rounds of the internet, showing the front of the device.
The leaked images debuted on XDA but the origin is yet unknown. The photos also don’t give a clue if the device will have a two-tone or composite material seen on the earlier Pixel phones. One can easily observe the camera bump and the absence of a physical fingerprint reader.
The front of the device looks outdated. The hideous notch of the Pixel 3 phones aren’t carried forward here but there is a huge bezel on the top, which might have the front-facing camera (s). It could also be used for the new face unlock technology. The cameras are going to be the best upgrades in years for the Pixel series. Google will, for the first time, introduce a second camera, probably a telephoto sensor.
The bottom bezel is thin but what’s conspicuous is the Android 10 gesture bar along with the Assistant hint handle. One can also spot the new wallpaper. Other rumors point to a display and RAM upgrades. Google might include a 90Hz refresh rate for its Pixel 4 displays, which make it the 6th smartphone brand to jump on this bandwagon. Speaking about the RAM, the search giant will no longer include a paltry 4GB RAM but a 6GB RAM. Samsung’s Note 10 Plus has a 12GB RAM but 6GB RAM would suffice Google’s software.
The phones will be launched in the month of October, just like the other Pixel phones did. Till then, we will keep you updated with all the rumors.