We all know very well that by the end of the summer, two large presentations are expected, first one is the tech giant Apple’s iPhone 11 and the second one is the tech giant Google to launch the all-new Pixel 4, which will initiate the ban on the stable version of Android Q and compete again in the high-end category.
Google Pixel 4: A Real Copy Of Apple’s iPhone 11!
By the end of the summer, two large presentations are expected, first one is the tech giant Apple’s iPhone 11 and the second one is the tech giant Google to launch the all-new Pixel 4, which will initiate the ban on the stable version of Android Q and compete again in the high-end category.
Now according to the latest reports, we just able to know the expected design of the all-new Google Pixel 4 whose rear camera setup is really very powerful. The images that accompany this post have been leaked by the famous leaker “OnLeaks“.
Moreover, the source assures that these renders have been recreated based on the data belonging to initial prototypes of Pixel 4, so the circumstance could arise that the final design may differ on what we are seeing when they will be presented on October.
Three rear camera setup
Something that immediately draws attention to these images, of course, it’s the rear camera setup, which simply resembling the look of the leaked designs of the iPhone 11. Although the tech giant Google remained firm in the trend of double, triple and quad cameras in Pixels 3 and Pixel 3 XL, while the filtration ensures that this square bump could hold up to three camera sensors like the leaked and expected iPhone 11.
Moreover, it is believed that the all-new Pixel 4 will also have a fingerprint scanner under the screen and 3D facial unlocking feature like the one present in iPhones. In this new information, it is reported that the all-new Pixel 4 could keep the notch, in which the front cameras will be integrated into the screen just like the new Samsung the Galaxy S10.
While the other leaked image clearly shows a double speaker and a USB Type-C, in addition to the power and volume buttons on the right side. But, the well-known 3.5mm headphone jack may fade away once again.
Now if apart from all these things if we talk about its power, then let me clarify that the all-new Pixel 4 will simply compete on the high range and undoubtedly mount a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, 6GB of RAM and, of course, Android Q, the most latest version of Android.
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