Google's forthcoming Pixel 4 series Smartphones wants giant teeth on the front of the device containing space for some kind of mystery component, according to images leaked on Twitter.
Ice Universe The leaked images (from prolific tipster via 9to5Google) purport to show mockups for front panel or screen protectors from the forthcoming line of phones. The images show a number of cutouts on the "forehead" bezel, which 9to5Google says are likely for its two cameras, the speaker, as well as (by far the largest) hand side that could be for a "Project Soli" radar sensor. 9to5Google has previously reported that sensor, which could be used in the Pixel 4 line, could be used for "something from gesture-based control while driving to new assistant interaction methods" and seems like a reasonable guess real estate.
@OnLeaks and iGeeksBlog issued leaked renders of what the finished product looks like to look like, but they are no longer in the middle of it.
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As the Verge noted, these bezels are more than one on competing Android phones like the S10 Plus or the OnePlus 7 Pro. But owners of Pixel 3 XL phones may […]
The size difference between the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is shown with [the @OnLeaks/iGeeksBlog] gallery, and there's a difference in both height and width. The overall dimensions of the Google Pixel 4 are 147.0 x 68.9 x 8.2 mm, with the camera bumping at 9.3mm. That's compared to the 160.4 x 75.2 x 8.2mm dimensions of the 4 XL that were previously revealed. It's also just a bit bigger than 2018's Pixel 3 which was 145.6 x 68.2 x 7.9 mm.
The Pixel 4 wants to ship with a dual rear cameras that Were not there on the Pixel 3. So far, Google has relied on software methods to make its portrait mode, low-light Night Sight mode, and Super Res line's photo capabilities even further. Notably, the fingerprint sensor has been included in the Pixel 3 has been missing but could possibly be replaced by an in-display scanner or Project Soli tech.
Time will tell. The pixel 4 line in October, although the company had a rough time with leaks and more details are certainly not forthcoming.
[9to5Google via the Verge]