Starting with the rear panel, the most significant change is the presence of a square-shaped block for the camera unit.
In what can be termed highly unusual and a very very rare occurrence for a device manufacturer, Google has sort of just confirmed the recently leaked Pixel 4 render by OnLeaks is genuine. It looks like the company is finally ditching the two-tone style on the back and instead favoring a more traditional aesthetic.
Even with a single camera, Google's phones have put most other smartphones to shame with their impeccable photos.
Another leak comes from the concept art creator - Antoine Collignon, as he has created Google Pixel 4 based on the available leaks and rumours. 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. Wait 'til you see what it can do.
Google is still keeping mum on the frontal design, but like all things Pixel this should leak out soon, especially when Google's twitter account is joining the leaking game.
If you've been keeping up with the countless leaks in recent weeks, the product shot shared by Google shouldn't do much to surprise you. With any luck it'll be a little smaller than the big notch on the Pixel 3 XL, which was mocked by rival Samsung at launch. The image seems to confirm that the device will have a square camera bump on the back with three rear cameras. It makes sense that Google also release theirs with an in-display fingerprint sensor.
In the render images, it can be seen that the rear fingerprint scanner found on Pixel 3 is also missing.
PriceBaba further said that Pixel 4 would not come with dual front-facing speakers.