Google Pixel 4 leaked schematics show square camera bump, missing fingerprint scanner

Here's the first look of Upcoming Google Pixel 4 Smartphone: Leak

Here's the first look of Upcoming Google Pixel 4 Smartphone: Leak

It may look like the future Apple iPhone 11, but the latest phone render popping up on the web is allegedly a CNC-machined mockup of the Google Pixel 4, complete with the bad camera-patch.

If you aren't very impressed with Google's recently launched mid-range Pixel 3a XL but still want a big Pixel, how about a Pixel 3 XL? Though the square bump is an indication that Google is dumping one camera sensor and perhaps for two or even more camera sensors.

The Pixel 4 is rumored to launch in October, and will likely run Android Q. It could also be bezel-less, have a hole-punch screen, have two back cameras for four cameras in total and improved dual-SIM capabilities. However, there's new hands-on real-life of the upcoming Pixel 4 showed up, which reveals what to expect from Google's next flagship smartphone.

Also, the square glass enclosure on the back would make it resemble Apple's reported efforts for the next iPhone. Let's hope the design aesthetic and inspiration doesn't reach levels of the Pixel 3 XL's notch. That phone didn't do well in sales, after all.

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Remember those alleged Google Pixel 4 renders from a month ago?

Other takeaways from the renders include the top earpiece placement suggesting the notch will continue for at least another generation. The USB Type-C port may be joined by a pair of speaker grills at the bottom edge.

The latest Google Pixel 4 renders are an exclusive set from OnLeaks and Pricebaba. In terms of internals, the report suggests the presence of the Snapdragon 855 processor, and 6GB of RAM.

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