Google Pixel 4 renders show a camera arrangement that nobody asked for

  • Google Pixel 4 renders show a camera arrangement that nobody asked for

Google Pixel 4 renders show a camera arrangement that nobody asked for

Google has recently launched the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL with mid-range specs.

According to the renders, the Pixel 4 smartphone will be coming with a square camera module which appears similar to leaked renders of the iPhone XI. the earpiece of the phone hints that the company will be retaining the notch which could be similar to the Pixel 3 XL which was launched a year ago.

Renders are always welcome because such images give us an idea of what to expect from the next-gen phone offering.

The first thing to notice is Google's departure from using a single rear camera to a multi-camera setup.

Also, the square glass enclosure on the back would make it resemble Apple's reported efforts for the next iPhone. For a short amount of time, while the limited supplies last, you can get a Pixel 3 XL with 128GB of storage for just $649.99.

Another departure from the existing design is the missing fingerprint sensor on the back.

Credit: Unbox TherapyNotable phone leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer surprised everyone yesterday (June 10) with renders of the Pixel 4, revealing an aesthetic nearly identical to the one Apple is reportedly pursuing with the iPhone 11.

Other takeaways from the renders include the top earpiece placement suggesting the notch will continue for at least another generation.

Another render showed two speaker grills on the edge at either side of the USB-C port, OnLeaks said - which means the front-face speakers could be abandoned in the next Pixel flagship.

We hope the new Pixel 4 smartphones finally appear to be refreshing.