Google Pixel 4 will come to consumers in October 2019 after a period of many rumors. As per usual with the launch of new tech of software. The 2016 launch of the first Google Pixel has put it the reliable category in just a few short years. It has been admired for unique features and optimized software.
The competition is working hard though, and the Pixel can’t just rest on its laurels. The launch of the Pixel 4 will hopefully meet the high expectations the consumers have, especially with the camera.
Google Pixel 4 Camera
The company squashed media speculation concerning the look of the new phone. As they have released a photo of the new Pixel on Twitter. This has confirmed the use of a rather large, square rear camera bump.
The rear bump will hold two cameras, something new for the Pixel series. Opting for a single rear camera in the past editions, flanked with a flash and a sensor. Some coders have studied some of the lines in the Android Q beta that will be used on the phone. They have discovered a line that features the codename SABRE. This is used by Google to refer to a Super Res Zoom Function that may be incorporated into the Pixel 4 telephoto lens.
The two-camera experiment performed by Google will mean that the phone will not integrate a wide-angle lens. Something that most manufacturers do provide on their devices.
Google Pixel 4 Rumors
No rear fingerprint scanner can be seen in the photos provided by Google. Something that is quite odd due to their presence on all past models. This leads us to believe that the Pixel 4 will feature an in-display scanner or none at all.
Unofficial news is circulating that Google Pixel 4 will have a full top bezel rather than a punch-hole. It is also being rumored that the punch-hole design will be similar to the Honor View 20 and the Samsung Galaxy S10.
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