New images of the upcoming smartphones Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL and their front panels, the relatively large incisions above have devices in which there are holes for sensors and conversational dynamics, and a large elongated cutout in the upper right corner.
Despite the fact that Google further reduces the range of its smartphones (and strangely the lower hour) they are still larger than those of their closest competitors. The company could finally eliminate them by hiding the front camera in the case or under the screen. However, Google still can not say goodbye to classic design.
It is believed that such a design is required for the implementation of Project Soli motion detection technology. For this purpose, suitable sensors are used, which require a lot of space in the smartphone. Therefore, the company had to make a big move up. In addition, Insiders @OnLeaks and @iGeeksBlog have released another series of fourth-generation "pixel" renderers, which also have a larger top frame.
Last month, after several leaks of the backside design of Pixel 4 and especially its Google cameras showed what the future smartphone will look like. Perhaps this time around, the company will provide another official image of the upcoming device that answers the question of the purpose of the large elongated notch. The official announcement of Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is scheduled for fall this year.
Source: The Verge