Apple is also expected to include a square camera bump on the the back of two of the new 2019 iPhones.
While I'll personally miss the two-tone design, after three generations, it was about time for a new look, though it's unfortunate that it appears to be the same boring glass slab we've come to expect from every other flagship device. From the back, the Pixel 4 looks exactly like the renders shared by Google.
Most phone makers go to great lengths to quash leaks and rumors so they can surprise fans on launch day, but Google is flipping the script here.
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The picture mostly confirmed information that Google itself has revealed recently with their own "leak". We noted the Google Pixel 4 on Android Q will have a better Dual SIM function compared to previous models. The handset in both images is shrouded by a dark cover, but there's a distinctly visible square camera cluster that mirrors the one featured in Google's official Pixel 4 image.
Google's Pixel 2 and 2 XL were announced on 19 October 2017, while the Pixel 3 and 3 XL were a little earlier on 4 October 2018. A camera-centric smartphone is all the rage now, if not gaming phones. Whatever the logic (or lack thereof), what's done is done and we now know exactly what the Pixel 4 will look like when it hits store shelves later this year. However, rather than use it to control the screen without touching it, Google could use hand gestures to control Assistant or maybe take a photo without struggling to tap the shutter. When Huawei did it, at least it was symmetrical, with the square camera bump located in the middle, with Leica branding directly above and Huawei's logo on the bottom.
Like it or not, once both Apple and Google embrace a certain look for their smartphones, the rest of the industry will follow. That's always been the case with the Pixel, but now Google is really driving it home.