Google is all geared up for the launch of the next-generation Pixel devices, which is just a couple of weeks away. The new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are one of the most awaited smartphones this year from the tech giant. We have seen several reports and leaked images in the past, giving us a closer look at the devices. Ahead of its official launch, a new press render has appeared online, courtesy of Evan Blass. 172 Malicious Apps With Over 335 Million Installs Found on Google Play Store.
The new render image offers the best look of Pixel 4 we have seen till date. The newly leaked render image confirms that the fourth generation Pixel will not be a striking Android smartphone that we all are waiting for from Google.
The company will be sticking to the tried and tested design along with thin bezels on the three sides. The top bezel is enormous as it features new Project Soli radar for the motion sense gesture recognition system. The top bezel also gets an earpiece atop along with selfie camera and facial recognition system. Interestingly, there is no sign of fingerprint sensor at the back or underneath the display. The leaked render image also gives us a glimpse of the new wallpaper from Google featuring a letter 'P' and the number '4' in five different colours.
The rear profile of the new Pixel 4 reportedly looks reminiscent of recently launched iPhone Pro featuring a squarish camera module. Though Apple iPhone 11 Pro features a triple camera setup at the rear, Google Pixel 4 will carry dual cameras with an LED flash. The camera module at the back is also expected to bring a 3D depth sensor. The rear end of the phone will flaunt 'G' logo with a matte black finish. Google Starts Testing Assistant in Chrome for Ticket Booking.
The rendered image also confirms that the power button and volume rockers will be positioned on the right side of the device. Likewise its predecessor, the SIM tray will be located at the bottom. The search giant will be officially revealing the new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones on October 15. The phones will be launched at an event in New York. Likely to be offered in two variant options, the devices might be equipped with a 90Hz display. Expected to get new generation Google Assistant, the smartphones will run on the latest Android 10 out of the box.