Leaked Renders Give Us Our First Complete Look at Google Pixel 4

Last month, Google published a teaser of its upcoming Pixel 4 flagship smartphone showing a rectangular design with the back showing a square camera bump, along with two camera lenses, flash, and an unknown sensor.

Today, renowned designer and leaker @OnLeaks has published some new, high-quality renderings of the Google Pixel 4 in partnership with iGeeksBlog, giving us our very first complete look at what the smartphone will most probably look like.

Looking at the latest renderings, it appears that Google has also decided to remove the standard headphone jack. Moreover, there isn’t a visible fingerprint scanner suggesting the Pixel 4 may get some sort of facial recognition unlock feature similar to Face ID on the iPhone.

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As for the huge bezel at the top, another leak posted by @UniverseIce on Twitter showing a purported screen protector for the Pixel 4 reveals that it hosts a variety of sensors and front-facing cameras that might otherwise have been hidden with a notch or popup camera (via The Verge).

Google is expected to launch the Pixel 4 in October. In the meantime, hit up this link for more high-resolution renders of the device and let us know what you think in the comments section.

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