The square bump in the top left-hand corner of the rear panel looks nearly identical to the much-rumoured design of the forthcoming iPhone 11. It looks awfully similar to the leaked iPhone 11 renderings we've seen so far.
Google going the extra step of improving its camera hardware could easily lead to it reclaiming the best camera phone title from the Huawei P30 Pro. But the tweet from Google will no doubt drum up some buzz for the company's Pixel smartphones when last year's flagship models, which had a starting price at $799, struggled to attract consumers.
Google's Pixel phones have been some of the worst kept secrets leading up to their respective launches, with each device leaking months ahead of time. In this new information, it is reported that the all-new Pixel 4 could keep the notch, in which the front cameras will be integrated into the screen just like the new Samsung the Galaxy S10.
We don't think the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL designs are final yet. In any case, we'll just have to wait and see if the phone will be announced next year.
"According to OnLeaks", the report notes, "we can expect at least two cameras inside the square bump, if not three". This makes the Pixel 4 the first in the series to have two rear-facing cameras along with a flash in the camera module. The Pixel 4 is also shown to have a white power button that sits above the volume rocker which is painted black.
Pricebaba also reported that there is no defined area for users to place their fingers on, to unlock the phone using a fingerprint reader.
The rest of the back is unremarkable - there's no fingerprint sensor back there, confirming the previous leak.
There's no telling what the front will look like, but it's still early days for the Pixel 4.
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