And So The Pixel 4 Leaks Begin
Last Fall I hopped on board the Pixel 3 bandwagon. I was overdue for an upgrade and wanted a cutting-edge device. Fast-forward more than half a year and I’m still incredibly pleased with the purchase. That being said, I won’t be upgrading any time during the next year which is a shame because the Pixel 4 looks every bit as cool!
We’re still a long way out from the 4thgeneration device from actually dropping, but the first leak has just dropped revealing a peek into what the future holds. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, as Google phones are notorious for being some of the most-leaked in the industry.
The first Pixel 4 leaks are thanks to Pricebaba and OnLeaks. Below is the image revelaing what the next phone will likely look like. It’s based on “early prototyping schematics”, so obviously nothing is set in stone. That being said it’s probably still a good indicator of what’s to come.
There’s a lot that’s still in the unknown for the Pixel 4, but these renderings tell us a lot all the same. Firstly, it’s impossible to not notice the large square camera module. This will either have two or three cameras inside of it. Pixel phones have always been known for their astonishing camera capabilities, so we’ll likely see some more improvements on that front.
What you may have not noticed immediately is what’s notthere. The 4’s rendering is lacking a fingerprint sensor on the back of the device. So the current rumor is that we may see an in-display fingerprint sensor. Along with the changes we see some constants like the USB-C port and power/volume buttons on the right side. Then on the specs side there is talk that it will have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage at a minimum.
The Pixel 4 will likely launch in October and feature the newest Android software (Q). While I may not be due for an upgrade when it comes out, I’m excited to see any advances made in the industry! What are your thoughts on the Pixel 4? Do you love or hate the design? Let us know in the comments below.