In the unexpected tweet, the tech company writes, “Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do. #Pixel4” followed by a close look at the backside of their next flagship phone.
The official image clearly shows a major shift in design and camera style for the Pixel phone featuring at least two rear lenses and a third sensor of some kind in a large rear camera bump. There’s also no finger print reader for the first time on this device. Will the Pixel be getting an in-screen sensor like the Samsung Galaxy S10? Fingers crossed!
Other notable details include a white or gray power button, the company’s signature G logo, and no split glass back as seen in every other Pixel phone. After receiving poor reception to the Pixel 3 hardware design, it seems Google is doing a complete gut job for the next iteration.
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