Google Pixel 4 official teaser reveals dual rear cameras and spectral sensor

Instead of waiting for leakers to spill the beans, Google has decided to get people talking about its upcoming flagship phone by posting an official Pixel 4 render on Twitter.

Google Pixel 4 official render

We gotta say this, but the Pixel 4 looks awfully similar to the rumoured Apple iPhone 11. Well, I suppose since the ugly notch is dying, it is now the turn of the ugly square camera bumps to trend.

Google Pixel 4 official render (re-stitched)

We placed 2 copies of the render together to see what the phone looks like, and here’s the result.

Google Pixel 4 official render

The back panel seen in the Pixel 4 official render appears to be encased in glass, probably for wireless charging.

The official Pixel 4 official render reveals a square camera cutout, with 5 sensors. One of these is a microphone, while 2 are cameras, and another sensor is an LED Flash module. The final one is a spectral sensor.

There appears to be a colored power button along with the volume rocker keys on the right edge of the frame. Also present on the back panel is a G logo, and the rest of it looks clean.

The device had been leaked in a video prior to this, and it lines up with the official version. The rumour hinted at a notch-less design, with 5 imaging sensors on the front, for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.

With the launch event still far away, if Google sticks to the usual October-November release pattern. We can however expect more leaks, especially more credible leaks given that half of the phone’s design has been confirmed.


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