Details of the Pixel 4 have actually been swirling around this week, so Google chose to just leakage the design of its next phone by means of its official Twitter account, exposing the backplate and brand-new camera module on the smartphone.
“ Well, since there appears to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do. #Pixel 4,” the tweet from the company’s validated @MadeByGoogle account read.
Renders of the Pixel 4 had actually dripped this week via mobile phone blog site Pricebaba
The back of the phone makes some big changes. A lot of visible is the now-square electronic camera module with a set of lenses, a flash module and a number of other sensing unit modules. Also noteworthy is the obvious absence of a rear finger print reader, in contrast to previous designs. There’s not much else evident here; they didn’t publish renders of the gadget’s front.
Google’s Pixel 3 release sort of cemented that Google doesn’t stake much of the Pixel line’s strengths on hardware specifications, it’s all about what it can utilize device finding out software techniques to do within those bounds.
On that note, it’s worth keeping in mind that Google has actually been quite late to the two-camera rear-module setup; at previous events the company has always justified this by suggesting that since of their software they can do more with one than a lot of can do with 2. This was clearly the case given the strengths of their electronic cameras, but there are unquestionably advantages to having dual video cameras with different specs; it seems Google is now all set to take this plunge.