Google Pixel 4 is already considered the smartphone with the most leaks of information ever. Two weeks before the launch, we now have access to the official rendering that shows us the total design of the device.
This official image was shared by renowned leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) and confirms the design we already knew. The layout of the cameras reminds us of the new iPhones, while ahead there is a very pronounced margin.
Superior Margin Enables Motion Sense Technology
As we see by this render, Pixel 4 has much reduced lateral and lower margins. However, the top edge is pronounced to accommodate the front camera and all the technology needed for Motion Sense. In case you don’t know, Motion Sense will allow you to command Pixel 4 only with gestures.
This render shows us a rear camera design that reminds us of the new iPhone 11 Pro. In this case, we should have two cameras on this square “island”, accompanied by an LED flash.
On the back of the device, we also see the Google logo, but there is no evidence of a fingerprint sensor. Following the trend of 2019, this should be embedded in the AMOLED screen of the device.
The new Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be announced on 15 October. There are very few undisclosed secrets, and there is great expectation to understand the quality of your cameras.