With Android Q Beta 5 rolling out, it is pretty evident that Google’s next big smartphone release is just around the corner. And with Google itself leaking some parts of the design of the device, it’s safe to say that a lot is already known about the upcoming flagship.
But one thing that is still not known is how the front of the device is going to look like. But even this has been revealed now, in a recent collaboration with PriceBaba, serial leakster Onleaks has unveiled renders that showcase the complete design of the upcoming Pixel device in all its glory. Click here to see the full 360- degree video showing the render.
What Do These Renders Reveal?
- The signature dual-tone finish from older Pixel models is being ditched in favor of a full glossy finish. The rear panel will be made out of glass.
- The back of the device features a large square camera bump which is astonishingly similar to the camera hump on the 2019 iPhones. This new camera module is rumored to accommodate three lenses namely the main camera, a ToF (time-of-flight) camera and a 16MP telephoto lens.
- The 3.5mm headphone jack is unsurprisingly not present.
- The lack of a fingerprint sensor on the back suggests that the upcoming Pixel device might feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. The scanner will most likely be optical and not ultrasonic.
- The notch from the Pixel 3 is also gone. Instead, the device will have a regular-sized forehead as we have previously seen on the Pixel 2. The chin is also shrinking in size considerably but sadly, it is still thicker than most other flagships.
- The forehead now accommodates the dual front cameras, earpiece, and two other sensors. One of these two new sensors is rumored to be an IR sensor that might be used for a more secure face unlock.
- The device might feature additional sensors like a Soli Radar too that will enable hands-free navigation gestures as seen on the LG G8 ThinQ.
The Google Pixel 4 will come in a Mint Green color option alongside the standard Black and White variants. The phone will pack in the latest Snapdragon 855 SoC paired with at least 6 GB of RAM and will also feature the first stable build of Android Q.