After the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept photos, here's OnLeaks working with Pricebaba again to come up with renders for the upcoming Pixel 4. This system and very, very early technology appeared in the Google ATAP section of Google I/O 2015. This could mean a lot of different, and sometimes unusual, possibilities.
At Google I/O in 2016, the company showed live demonstrations that were recorded on video. The render is clearly seen flaunting a giant square bump on the left-hand side housing the rear camera sensor, and while the iPhone renders suggest the next iPhone will get at least three cameras on the rear, it isn't clear from the Google Pixel 4 leaks the number of camera sensors the Google Pixel 4 will bear. "Google's Pixelphones are known for their camera prowess, and this will be the first time Google is using multiple camera lenses at the rear". Now some leak based renders have emerged on the web which suggests that the smartphone will have a square bump at the back which will house the camera.
Another departure from the existing design is the missing fingerprint sensor on the back. Thus whenever we see something remotely Pixel 4-related we get a little bit excited. There are also rumblings that the Pixel 4 will boast 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, at a minimum.
As always these leaks should be taken with a grain of salt. It might be possible that Google keeps glass for its flagships and turns to polycarbonate (plastic) builds for its future budget devices, presumably the Pixel 4a and 4a XL.
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.