At this point, secrets snapshots and image renders of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have made their way online, filling many fans up with both anticipation and desire for the upcoming Google flagships. Now, new images of the alleged Pixel 4 have cropped up.
Now obviously, Google has yet to confirm these images or the existence of the Google Pixel 4. However, there are several signs to indicate that this is quite possibly the phone in question. Firstly, if you take a close look at the display in one of the images, the top notification (highlighted in blue) says “Pixel Setup” and sentence after it saying that it has finished setting up the Pixel.
Another giveaway is the power button with its contrasting colour. The bright colour change was first introduced with the launch of the first generation Pixel series; suffice to say, Google’s intent on sticking with this particular design trend.
Moving on, most of the other physical features showcased in the images look more or less in line with initial renders of the phone. The two-one design that was once a prevailing feature of the Pixel is now gone, replaced by what appears to be a single tone, all-glass material.
Then there’s the alleged dual-camera module situated at the back of the phone. Prior to this, the closest look many of us ever got of it in the wild was when one smartphone enthusiasts took a picture of it in the London Underground. On a sidenote, many have drawn design comparisons of the main camera module to that of the Huawei Mate 20 series’ own main camera.
The last indication that this device could be the real McCoy is the notch, or lack thereof. Consistent with the initial image renders, the phone’s display simply shows a black bezel at the top of the phone.
Beyond that, the images don’t provide any further information about the device, not even its hardware. However, and as we’ve mentioned in conjecture, if Google does intend to launch its Pixel 4 series in October, it’s likely that both devices will be powered either by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or Snapdragon 855+, along with 6GB RAM.
The Pixel 4 is expected to sport a 5.7-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display, while the Pixel 4 XL will have 6.3-inch QHD+ AMOLED display. Regardless of the size, both displays are also expected to feature a 90Hz refresh rate. Oh, and Android 10 OS, naturally.