Design wise, recent renders have revealed that the Pixel 4 will likely feature a square camera module on the back, similar to numerous iPhone 11 rumors we've seen over the past few weeks. Leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer, better known as OnLeaks, got his hands on schematics revealing Google's latest efforts for the Pixel.
While we lack concrete information on the tech specs of the Pixel 4 devices, it is suggested that the smartphones could be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, come in multiple RAM/ROM configurations, and of course will be the first to get hold of the recently-unveiled Android Q.
Renders are always welcome because such images give us an idea of what to expect from the next-gen phone offering. The company is now offering the Pixel 3 XL at US$779.99 for the 128 GB model in Clearly White and Just Black, but these are not the SKUs about which to get excited.
Also, the square glass enclosure on the back would make it resemble Apple's reported efforts for the next iPhone. That phone didn't do well in sales, after all.
Credit: Unbox TherapyNotable phone leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer surprised everyone yesterday (June 10) with renders of the Pixel 4, revealing an aesthetic nearly identical to the one Apple is reportedly pursuing with the iPhone 11.
Other notable tidbits include the fact that the Pixel 4 line won't include a physical fingerprint sensor.
The renders also show that that there will be two speaker grills at the bottom edges along with a USB Type-C port at the center.
We're not sure if this is exactly for the Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL but we'll just say from the next Pixel flagship version.