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Google released its own Pixel 4 rear rendering design

Galaxy Note10 Google released its own Pixel 4 rear rendering design
Melba Vasquez | 18 June, 2019, 18:31

A little bonus is that Google's Pixel 4 will apparently come out mid-October.

Indeed, we mostly have Apple (AAPL) and now-deceased CEO Steve Jobs to blame for boosting consumers expectations around product and service announcements.

It's unclear what the ultimate cost of the Pixel 4 will be, but prices are likely to be significantly higher than the Pixel 3. However, as leakers leaked some of the information about Pixel 4, Google followed and then leaked its phone, revealing some of the exclusive details about the Pixel 4 from its official Twitter account. There have been independent reviews of the Google Pixel devices in general and most have praised the camera and photography capabilities of the phones. Pixel 3 comes in two arrangements typical and XL and them two are close to 42,000 to 59,000 INR with a big rebate.

Finally, Google is now ready to adopt dual rear cameras setup. Titled "Distortion-Free Wide-Angle Portraits on Camera Phones", the research paper discusses the algorithm they developed and shed some light on how this is going address the face distortion issue in the selfie cameras.

By embracing the leaks like Google did, the company offers an official teaser of what's coming soon. You just need to move your hand or fingers, and Google Pixel 4 seems to be looking ahead to the smartphones as well. Rumor has it the left side will be button free and no fingerprint scanner. The leaked renders suggest the Pixel 4 XL could have triple rear sensors. Don't get your hopes up or down with the noticeable absence of a notch or punch-hole for the front camera.

Typically when a phone leaks, OEMs seal their lips and ignore it. Companies like LG will usually namedrop their upcoming handsets, but never has a company shared a full-on render of what its phone will look like months in advance of its release. Tell us in the comment section below.

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