Leaked screen protector images confirm Pixel 4 rumours

Yolanda Curtis
July 22, 2019

Leaks and speculation around the Google Pixel 4 continue to ramp up ahead of an expected October launch, and the latest unofficial update comes in the form of a leaked screen protector photo showing the phone's front bezel and array of sensors. Now notable tipster OnLeaks has shared new 5K renders of smaller Pixel 4, which reveal it's almost identical to its bigger sibling.

Now a new leak from Ice universe - a renowned leaker - has surfaced and it shows the sensor cutout of the front-top bezels. Today's leak possibly reveals the reason for the top bezel. The cutout in the middle is presumably for the earpiece, while the cutout on the right seems rather mysterious. The camera setup on includes dual-lenses to capture selfies, and one to possibly use for advanced iPhone-like facial recognition.

A BGR report has said that insider sources have confirmed that the next-gen Pixel devices will have more RAM and also bigger screen-sizes.

It doesn't seem like Google wants to jump on the train heading for Bezel-less Ville just yet. However, there is still no confirmation regarding this.

Both new Pixel phones appear to have a similar design with a square camera bump at the back and a notch-less, traditional curved-edge display.

The back panel looks exactly like what we saw in the official Google Pixel 4 teaser. But owners of Pixel 3 XL phones may be happy to see that this could confirm the giant notch located on the top of the device will be going the way of the dodo in future generations, at least. There is a USB Type-C port located at the bottom, and the headphone jack is missing too. The Pixel 4 is expected to feature a smaller 5.6-inch display. Out of the box, the smartphone will ship with Android Q. Earlier this month, he gave us a detailed look at the Pixel 4 XL, which he has now followed up with its smaller sibling.

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