Spectacular Pixel 4 design confirmed by Google: Cameras excite enthusiasts

Ruben Fields
July 21, 2019

While we know next to nothing about the upcoming Google Pixel 4, there are a few safe assumptions that we can make based on these renders. Those include an elaborate camera set up at the rear containing multiple sensors included in a square housing this time.

While I'll personally miss the two-tone design, after three generations, it was about time for a new look, though it's unfortunate that it appears to be the same boring glass slab we've come to expect from every other flagship device.

The back of the device, as confirmed by the Google image release, is the most dramatic departure for the Pixel family design wise.

The Google Pixel 4 leaks have started to arrive, and it looks like there is much more we can learn about the new phones than was previously revealed. Rumors indicate the Pixel 4 will have an in-display sensor for authentication. By revealing what should be one of the phone's biggest features months ahead of the game, Google actually created more hype of the phone. The handset in both images is shrouded by a dark cover, but there's a distinctly visible square camera cluster that mirrors the one featured in Google's official Pixel 4 image. Big deal right? Basically every Android phone for the past two years has had at least two main cameras for ultra wide, telephoto, and/or depth shots, and the new hotness is triple and even quad cameras.

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Google is just taking things into its own hands this year as it doesn't want to put everything out.

The rear cameras are on opposite sides of each other while the LED flash is at the bottom and what should be the laser focus module is at the top.

The Pixel isn't a beauty, but it's one of the best phones you can buy. Remember the first Pixel phone that was designed by HTC? Despite being the best camera phone and offering optimum performance and bang for the buck, Google Pixel-series lacked the looks it needed to succeed. That's always been the case with the Pixel, but now Google is really driving it home.

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