This is What The Google Pixel 4 May Look Like: design, specs, camera, release date

Pixel phones haven’t really gone any drastic changes from their predecessors so far. Be it the upgrade of Pixel 2 from Pixel 1 or from Pixel 2 to Pixel 3. Although the new Pixel 4 hasn’t been announced yet, it is quite possible to have an idea how Google’s high-end flagship device might look like. Thanks to the rendered images and leaks.

New renders of the alleged Google Pixel 4 have surfaced on the web. The Pixel 4 could possibly ditch the huge notch and chin. The first Android Q beta gives a hint that this year’s Google’s Flagship phones could boast a punch-hole display like the Galaxy S10+. The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup developed a rage not without a reason. The gorgeous AMOLED display along with a punched hole in the display to fit the camera gave a sight to behold.

Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+

The biggest change to be seen on the Pixel 4 render is the lack of bezels. The renders show uniform bezels on all four sides around the screen, the forehead and the chin are almost identical like in the latest generation iPhone. But this would be without a notch.

Pixel 4 is destined for a full, notchless display and is expected to see the Pixel 4 move up to around the 6-inch mark and the Pixel 4 XL move into the 6.5-inch display category. Pixel 4 devices would continue to use OLED panels with Corning Gorilla Glass protection. An in-screen fingerprint sensor could be on the cards as well.

Moving to the optics, it is still rumoured that Google may not stick to single-lens cameras on its handsets, instead, it may boast a dual camera system using advanced artificial intelligence (AI) to improve image quality. As for the front camera, Google will too integrate its front camera with a full-screen display.

Google is expected to release its Pixel phones a couple of months before the year ends. So there are good chances that Google would introduce 5G to its Pixel 4.

The original Pixel and Pixel XL

Since the original Pixel, the rates have risen steadily. The first Pixel was announced and then launched in October of 2016; the Pixel 2 arrived exactly one year later; and the Pixel 3, a year after that. Pixel 4 is also expected to arrive in October 2019 with an expected price of
$799-$850. The company could also introduce a third cheaper model to compete with the iPhone XR and Samsung Galaxy 10e.

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