As Google is done with the launch of its 2018 flagships (Pixel 3 and 3 XL) and their laddered-downed variants (Pixel 3a and 3a XL), it’s time to get geared for the 2019 flagships and the leaks have now started pouring in.
According to the first-ever leaked render of the forthcoming Google Pixel devices — allegedly called the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL — Google could finally ditch the single-camera module and go for a huge camera setup at the back, much like what the iPhone 11 might have.
If the leaked images are anything to go by, the upcoming smartphones are likely to come with a full-view display and might drop the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, which could result in either an in-display fingerprint scanner or 3D facial recognition.
In addition to this, the smartphones are expected to ditch the front-facing stereo speakers, as the image tips at an earpiece speaker at the top part.
While we lack concrete information on the tech specs of the Pixel 4 devices, it is suggested that the smartphones could be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, come in multiple RAM/ROM configurations, and of course will be the first to get hold of the recently-unveiled Android Q.
The smartphone in the images (could be the Pixel 4) looks more or less like a copy which I don’t like as it would be better if Pixel smartphones get something different from others, much like it has been doing for its rear design.
We hope the new Pixel 4 smartphones finally appear to be refreshing. Additionally, the aforementioned are just rumors and we can’t back the authenticity of it.
To find out more about the Google Pixel 4 lineup, stay tuned to this space.