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Check out Google Pixel 4 design prototypes, colors team worked on [gallery]

24 June 2020 0

Google's latest premium Pixel smartphone i.e. Pixel 4 lives up to the legacy of previous generations. The phone as the same amazing camera capabilities, great design, and even better colors. If we talk about the last two things, these are part of the design process during which the design team works on a number of options before settling for the final choices. A glimpse of this process for Pixel 4 has been shared officially by Arthur Kenzo, a member of the Google Industrial Design Team.

Kenzo has shared a gallery of high-quality images on his official website that takes you through the journey of Pixel 4 design. It shows different prototypes that the team considered. There are prototypes with different front camera and sensors alignments along with different rear camera module placement. Similarly, different options were considered for the placement of the internal components of the phone.

The Pixel 4 is available for purchase in three colors named Clearly White, Just Black, and Oh So Orange. These are undoubtedly beautiful color options but as we can expect, the team went through a number of colors before deciding which three to offer. There is an image showing all these color combinations on the back as well as the front panel.

It is true that all the electronic items go through a similar design process where a team brainstorms and explores various options but to actually see a part of it is undoubtedly a fascinating experience. If you are interested in checking out more such images, click the source link below to visit the post by Kenzo. In other Pixel news, the team is said to be preparing for the Pixel 4a launch which will be its newest affordable mid-range smartphone.



Check out Google Pixel 4 design prototypes, colors team worked on [gallery]
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