Google Pixel 4 with multiple cameras unveiled on Twitter

Ruben Fields
June 16, 2019

Google's new smartphone is expected to launch in October 2019. The company will go with the design that looks the best and the multiple design teams would ensure that the final design does not leak out months ahead of its release.

Concept images claiming to show forthcoming smartphones are common in the technology industry, however, few companies ever acknowledge such rumours before officially announcing their latest products. This does make sense to some extent, when you consider Google leaked the back of the phone, focusing on the camera bump. Google has opted to put a large square camera bump at the back with a triple-lens camera setup and an LED flash on the top left hand corner. The Pixel 4 is likely to feature a screen-based fingerprint sensor and a True tone-like display.

The Pixel 4 series also looks likely to sport a notched display - a very different approach to the Galaxy S10-esque cut-out for the selfie camera revealed in another leak published last month.

The Pixel 4 will likely be joined by the Pixel 4 XL and will run Google's new version of Android that is now called Android Q.

Google has unveiled its Pixel 3a and 3a XL devices, revealing for the first time the 5.6-inch and 6-inch models coming to the lineup. Hilsenteger also says the Pixel 4 won't have a notch on the front.

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Google unveiled images of its forthcoming flagship Pixel 4 smartphone on Twitter Wednesday.

Prior to Google confirming the name of the next Pixel phone, it was presumed the next phone Google released would be called Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.

You can see another photo of the Pixel 4 over at 9to5Google right now.

After yesterday's Pixel 4 leak by Google many speculated that the Made By Google event would arrive earlier this year - why else would Google be teasing the Pixel 4 to us this early if the actual launch was October. After seeing all the designs, Google will choose one design and go with that. Drop a comment and let us know! The first three iterations had only a single camera on the back, while Apple, Samsung, Huawei and many other smartphone makers have gone to two or even four cameras.

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