Google Pixel 4 Images in the wild confirm previously rumored features
Google may have announced two new devices this year, the Google Pixel 3A and 3A XL, however, the tech giant is yet to show off its 2019 flagships, the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL. Everyone expects the two new handsets to launch in October, but rumors regarding the new handsets have already surfaced a while back. Now, images of the Pixel 4 in the wild are taking over the web. While their origin is not verified, so we don’t really know whether the images show off the real deal or not, they do seem to confirm some of the features that were already rumored.
First of all, the images show a feature that Google itself confirmed a while back: the square camera setup on the back. Inside the square, Google Pixel 4 users will find two camera sensors and a flash. The Pixel 4XL might have an additional camera sensor, which would make things even better. Those who loved the two-toned back of the previous Pixel models will definitely be disappointed by the images, as they clearly show a one-toned surfaced, made of glass. The fingerprint sensor is missing. This could mean one of two things: ether Google equipped its upcoming handset with an in-display fingerprint sensor or it ditched the sensor all-together and will rely on face-recognition in order to ensure the security of the smartphone.
The new images depicting the upcoming smartphone also show that the device is currently tested on Sprint. A new wallpaper and some of the features that show up on the Google Pixel 4’s screen definitely point toward Android 10 and its new features, like the new navigation bar and the Assistant handles. The new images don’t reveal too much, but they are perfect for confirming some of the features that were expected, based on previous rumors.
There still is more than a month to go until Google will reveal its new devices. It’s safe to assume that this is only the beginning and rumors and even images of the new smartphones will start surfacing like mushrooms after the rain. Just stay tuned and find out everything there is to know regarding the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL ahead of their official launch.