Google Pixel 4

Numerous leaks were circulating about the upcoming Google Pixel 4. We saw several renders of the upcoming Google Pixel 4 device shared by some reliable tipsters on Twitter such as Ben Geskin and Steve H.McFly. Now, Google has officially confirmed almost full design of its upcoming Google Pixel 4 smartphone. Google has released the first official image of the Pixel 4 image showing up the device from its backside. The official image of the upcoming Google Pixel 4 shared by Google matches with the renders we saw in the last couple days.

As we can see in the image below, Google Pixel 4 features a square camera bump at the back left side that appears to have three camera sensors with an LED flash.

There also appears to be a small dot at the lower right of the square camera module which seems to be a noise-canceling microphone. The back of the phone also has Google’s ‘G’ logo.

Previous leaks have also suggested that the upcoming Google Pixel 4 will also feature gesture controls and Apple’s True Tone-like display experience. Leaks have also suggested that Google may bring some Project Soli-based tech to its upcoming Pixel 4 device.

Notably, the upcoming Google Pixel 4 device is still months away from its official launch and there is no official release date has been announced yet. Hopefully, we can expect more details in the next coming weeks as Google has now officially confirmed the design of its upcoming Pixel 4 device.

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