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.
And finally comes your first complete look at the #Google #Pixel4! As usual, 360° video + gorgeous 5K renders + dimensions + #Pixel4 VS #Pixel4XL 5K renders, on behalf of new Partner @igeeksblog -> https://t.co/PiGmSpv4Rj pic.twitter.com/FySTBL818x
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks)
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.
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).
The oval opening of the Pixel 4 Series front panel means that the Google Pixel 4 Series will be groundbreaking and new and worth looking forward to. pic.twitter.com/9Pg9bGcWrs
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce)
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.