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Google Pixel 4 renders leak reveal square-shaped camera module

Google Pixel 4 renders leak reveal square-shaped camera module

This would allow users to control the phone through the use of subtle, fine hand gestures. At the time, Google showed it working on a smartwatch and a music speaker. Of course, this is a rumor, but it is an exciting one.

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The most striking change on the Pixel 4's design is the presence of a square-shaped camera module on its rear. However, the new leak suggests that the Pixel 4 duo could be the first smartphones from the company to sport multiple camera sensors.

It may look like the future Apple iPhone 11, but the latest phone render popping up on the web is allegedly a CNC-machined mockup of the Google Pixel 4, complete with the awful camera-patch. And there is talk that the Pixel 4 will not have any type of fingerprint scanner on board leading to speculation that the phone will feature a secure facial recognition system similar to Apple's Face ID. There isnt much we can report about the display front, though it would seem Google might opt for the Notch on the front, that remains to though. Thus whenever we see something remotely Pixel 4-related we get a little bit excited. The positioning of the earpiece suggests that the Pixel 4 will be featuring a notch on its display.

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As for pricing, the Pixel 3 starts at $799 while the Pixel 3 XL is priced at $899 and up.

Long story short: if you have a Pixel phone, especially a 2 XL, and plan to update to Android Q Beta 4, be aware that you may have to perform a factory reset.

Google's promotional price of US$699 for the 64 GB variant and US$799 for the 128 GB model is good, but B&H has gone one better.