Although Google has never tried to keep things a secret about the upcoming Pixel 4 flagship smartphone, leaksters haven’t given up on the Pixel 4 and they keep revealing interesting features about Google’s upcoming flagship.
The Pixel 4 has been spotted in the wild — again! Folks at the TheTeenTech have posted a new image of the Pixel 4, which is claimed to be snapped a plane. The new image gives us some new information about the smartphone.
Starting off with the bezel, according to the new image, the earlier report of Pixel having a big forehead is true. It also confirms the comparatively thin chin at the bottom. Notably, the source claims that the bottom chin is as small as side bezels.
The source also went on confirming the presence of a square camera bump at the rear, metal frame, and an orange power button. The back of the smartphone was white, so presumably, Google is planning to bring a white variant. Beyond that, Google Pixel 4 will take advantage of facial recognition technology, thereby enabling users to unlock the smartphone in less than a second.
The company recently shared the official image of its upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones. Prior to that, the smartphone was recently spotted in Public in London, and this has happened for the second time. If you can remember, a fan first spotted Pixel 4 in public in London a few days back.
Rumor has it that Google’s Pixel 4 might ship with a telephoto lens. The smartphone is likely to launch in the month of October, with shipping starting from November or December.