Google Pixel 4 leaks: Project Soli, square-shaped camera, and launch date

Check out the latest Google Pixel 4 renders

Check out the latest Google Pixel 4 renders

The $100 promotional credits that Google was offering when the Pixel 3a and 3a XL launched have since expired, and there has only been one great deal on the phones since then, which we saw a few days ago for Prime Day 2019. Prolific phone leaker Ice Universe has shared two images on Twitter of what is claimed to be the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL screen protectors.

It all started when Google leaked its own upcoming flagship smartphone- the Pixel 4. A larger "forehead" bezel sits above the display, housing two front-facing cameras, an earpiece, and some type of mystery sensor (more on this later). The size of those bezels, it seems as though Google needs plenty of space on the Pixel 4 for the required sensors including adding a 3D facial recognition technology for face unlock like the on the iPhone X and the Mate 20 Pro. Project Soli uses sensors to detect hand motion and allows the user to control their device using hand gestures - hopefully better than the LG G8 ThinQ did/does.

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In case this $200 discount fails to excite you or you simply want to spend less on a slightly humbler phone, the Pixel 3a XL is also on sale ( also not for the first time ) alongside free $100 Google Store credit. These renders purportedly reveal the overall dimensions of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.

@OnLeaks and iGeeksBlog issued leaked renders of what the finished product is expected to look like, though they noted there is still no official explanation for what the big cutout on the upper right side is for.

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