The Google Pixel series has become very popular across the world, and the new Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL offer users the chance to enjoy the excellent quality at an affordable price. While the new devices were well-received by reviewers and customers alike, many people are looking forward to the release of the Google Pixel 4. Google has strived to keep the device shrouded in mystery, but a source has managed to obtain images which showcase the looks of the upcoming device.
The leaker is a highly-reliable source which has a reputation for offering accurate information. The renders were obtained from a popular case maker. The case maker believes that they are reliable and is already hard at work on cases for the upcoming device. The renders showcase a beautiful device, borrowing the best elements from the looks of the Galaxy S10+ and iPhone XS. This is a significant change in comparison to the previous devices, which offer an excellent selection of features crammed in a body which was quite dated in comparison to other devices.
Google Pixel 4 design unveiled via some leaks
The case maker has released images of a screen protector, which means that there is no way to tell how the back of the device looks like. It is thought that Google may opt to transition to the dual or triple camera setup. Most sources seem to favor the idea of dual camera setup, but that remains to be seen.
The device was confirmed by accident in March, but little is known about the features of the device. It is likely that Google didn’t enjoy the fact that many details about the Pixel 3 line surfaced before they were officially released. The design of the important may be quite important for some fans, but most people are looking forward to hardware updates. A better processor, more RAM, and extra built-in storage space are just the essentials. It is likely that an official announcement on the Google Pixel 4 lineup would be offered in the future.
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