By this point, we’ve seen several concepts and renders of Google’s upcoming Pixel 4 series. Adding to that, the phone’s existence and camera bump has been confirmed by Google, and was recently spotted in the London Underground. Now, OnLeaks has released its latest prediction of what the phone could ultimately look like.
The concept renders, made in collaboration with iGeeksBlog, basically show a more complete look of both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. The most distinctive feature of these renders is the display notch, or lack thereof. Specifically, the renders seem to denote a return to simply just having a full thick bezel at the top of the devices, housing what appears to be a dual-camera system.
There are a couple more points to note about the renders. Like the current Pixel 3 series, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL seen here don’t have a 3.5mm headphone jack. Moreover, there’s no presence of a fingerprint sensor on either model, hinting at the likelihood of the new flagships going the in-display route for the security feature.
As with earlier reports, the creator of these images seem to believe that the new Pixel 4 series will be ditching the polycarbonate back, adopting an all-glass back design instead. Further, these renders are also the first time that we’ve seen the Pixel 4 and its plus-sized brother side-by-side.
Once again, the image and video renders seen here are purely speculation, and are in no way the actual finished product of Google’s flagship. As such, do take this bit of new with a pinch of salt, at least until Google’s expected launch of the devices later this year.