If you are one among those who have always loved Made by Google hardware, we have some news for you. The technology giant has confirmed its Google Pixel 4 smartphone.
Since a number of reports, rumours, and renders of the upcoming device had been surfacing online for a few weeks now, the company just decided to make the smartphone official.
Pixel 4 confirmed by Google with the first official photo on Twitter
Google took to its Twitter account ‘Made by Google’ today and shared a picture of the Pixel 4. The tweet that accompanied the image read, “Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do. #Pixel4”
That is how the company teased the basic design of the smartphone.
In the image, it can be seen that the upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone will come with a square camera bump on the top left corner of its back panel.
The camera module seems to carry two camera sensors and an LED flash.
We should mention that this will be the first time that Google, whose smartphones are known for their photography, would be adding more than one sensor to its camera module.
— Made by Google (@madebygoogle) June 12, 2019
The image that the company shared shows the smartphone coloured in Black, but then, we expect more colour variants of the handset to be there.
Another thing worth pointing out is that the smartphone does not sport a fingerprint sensor on its back panel. With this, we can easily conclude that it will come with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
In addition to this, we couldn’t help but notice the silver coloured Power button on the Pixel 4’s side edge.
It is completely in contrast to the body of the smartphone, much like what we also saw on the Pixel 3a, which has a White coloured body with an Orange coloured Power button. It’s a tiny detail, but we like it nevertheless.
One of the more obvious things about the design of the Google Pixel 4 smartphone is that it’s back panel does not have the regular design that all other Pixel devices do.
Other Pixel smartphones come with a glossy glass portion on the top of their rear panel and a larger matte portion that lies right below it.
While it’s difficult to figure out from the image whether the smartphone has a glossy finish or a matte one, we can say that it does not come with both.
Google has not given any details about the internals or exact launch date of the Pixel 4, so we will have to wait till we get to know more about Google pixel 4 price and it’s more configurations.
But then, since the company always launches its flagship Pixel smartphones in October, this year should be no different.
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