Google Pixel 4 confirmed with official image

Google Pixel 4 confirmed with official image

The phone is covered by a protective case meant to hide its identity, so we don't get to see the Google logo on the back of the handset.

The new Pixel phone is likely to be unveiled in October at Google's Made By Google event, while the iPhone 11 will likely be released in September this year.

The big camera block shows at least two camera lenses, which would be a big change from Google's current camera strategy. Despite the single unit, its camera is rated among the best.

The image also shows a white or grey power button at the side of the Pixel 4.

There is no fingerprint scanner on the rear which might be a hint that it will have an in-display fingerprint scanner.

In what can be termed highly unusual and a very very rare occurrence for a device manufacturer, Google has sort of just confirmed the recently leaked Pixel 4 render by OnLeaks is genuine.

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"Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go!"

In a message on Twitter, the USA technology firm said: "Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go!" Hopefully Google can nail the design this year, and finally include more than a paltry 4GB of RAM in their flagship. It will also be one of the smartphones to support Stadia, Google's new game streaming service. Unlike Pixel 3, there's no two-tone texture or frosted glass on the bottom. A lot of the rumoured specs turned out to be fairly accurate, and the same applied to the Pixel 3a. It does have three design teams working on designs of the Pixel 4 after all and could ditch this prototype if it proves unpopular.

Shortly after 9to5Google's report, XDA Developers revealed they have found code in Android Q that indicates a new sensor, referred to as Aware, is being actively integrated into the upcoming operating system.

So, to end some of the speculation about the Pixel 4 it's actually posted some official pictures of what is coming next.

You may be able to use hand gestures to control the Pixel 4, thanks to Project Soli.

Google isn't taking a break.

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