“The Google Pixel 4 live image reveals no chin at the bottom, but a sizeable bezel above the screen to accommodate the selfie snapper, Soli radar chip and more”
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL leaks are on the rise as we inch closer to the launch. The flagships were spotted in the wild in the past, offering a glimpse at the design. Now, Pixel 4 has again spotted in the open, as highlighted by UK-based blog The Teen Tech. The flagship was spotted in the hands of a presumed Google’s employee who appears to be viewing a video. The image reveals the Pixel 4 might have no chin at the bottom, but a sizeable bezel above the screen to accommodate the selfie snapper, speaker grill and sensors including Soli radar chip. The side bezels are thin, as you would expect from a flagship.
According to the source who has seen Pixel 4, the volume rockers are on the right side below the orange-coloured power button. The rear side packs a glass finish and features triple camera setup in a square-shaped module, similar to the rumoured iPhone 11 design. It could pack triple sensors, including an updated primary camera, a telephoto lens and an ultra-wide-angle lens. However, the sensor details are scarce at the moment. In terms of specifications, the Pixel 4 series could be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC coupled with 6GB RAM and likely to run on Android Q right out of the box.
Recently it’s suggested that the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will sport a 5.7-inch full-HD+ and 6.3-inch QHD+ OLED display, respectively. Both the smartphones will have 90Hz refresh rate; dubbed ‘Smooth Display’. Google Pixel 4 flagships are expected to go official at the company’s annual hardware event in October, though a specific date isn’t revealed. So with still a couple of months left, we should learn more details in the coming days.