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Google Pixel 4 alleged case renders show the square camera module one more time

22 June 2019 0

Google has already shown us what its upcoming Pixel phone looks like and a couple more leaks following this official image tried exposing more about the design but couldn’t really succeed. Well, now a few more leaks have surfaced that aren’t showing anything new, which is why it’s once again mainly about highlighting the square camera module.

The alleged case renders show the Pixel 4 device in gradient blue color is encased. The design is similar to what Google showed publicly. There seem to be at least two rear cameras, while the small dot above them appears to be a secondary microphone for noise cancellation while recording videos.

There’s one more leak in which the transparent protective covers for the alleged Pixel 4 have been shown. The encased render is shown in the black color is similar to the official image shared by Google. The renders surfacing in several leaks and also the official image shared by Google have at least confirmed one thing that finally Google is moving away from the two-tone finish and bringing uniformity.

The launch of the Google Pixel 4 is quite far from us but many key details of the device have already been surfaced. Recently, tip on dimensions stated the phones are going to have a thicker profile. The series is also expected to come with Soli radar chip for some unique gesture to control media playback and similar things.

The Google Pixel 4 is available at Amazon Marketplace for $ 642. To see others 17 offers click here.
(last update 21 January 2020 @ 22:32)



Google Pixel 4 alleged case renders show the square camera module one more time
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