Google confirms Pixel 4 leak, releases official render

Alonzo Simpson
July 21, 2019

Google isn't taking a break. It never will especially now that it started design and development of the next-gen flagship.

So, Google unveiled the Pixel 4 on Wednesday.

There's also a chance that this is the Pixel 4 XL, and that the renders we've recently seen are of the Pixel 4.

Several image renders have been published already but they are merely concepts from designers and our favorite tech leaksters.

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That's because there's a lot more to be excited about than a square camera bump and a new sensor. We've barely had time to get used to the notch and all its glitches on Android (especially on Chinese phones, which typically have their own, in-house UI), and now we'll probably be flooded by a ton of phones with unsightly, asymmetrically positioned square camera bumps. Google may have squashed a few months of rumors and leaks with the first Pixel 4 image, but it also completely changed my expectations for the upcoming handset. The Pixel 3 leaks of past year were detailed and endless to the point where the phone's launch was more of a leak confirmation than anything else. The Pixel phones meanwhile have always been lauded for its exceptional cameras and that is expected to continue with the new Pixel 4 range as well. No doubt. And yes, it will have a square camera module.

Google has done a awful job in the past to hide their Pixel lineup from the public before the official launch. From the back, the Pixel 4 looks exactly like the renders shared by Google. That's definitely a new in from Google too.

At the back of the device, the Pixel 4 appears to have abandoned its dual-tone appearance and it now comes with a huge square camera module that looks like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. We're betting on three cameras plus one LED flash. The G logo is still on the back. We've already seen Google achieve the best results in depth effect using AI till now and wide-angle shots for selfies on Pixel 3 XL.

Could Google be focusing more on mobile photography? A triple rear-camera smartphone?

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