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Google Pixel 4 Series’ Leaked Screen Protector Confirms Front Design


Google has already revealed the rear design of upcoming Pixel 4 and the collaboration of OnLeaks and PriceBaba also gave us a hint about the front design with the help of a few renders and a 360-degrees video mockup. But today we have come across with the screen protector of Pixel 4.

Google Pixel 4 Series

The leaked images of the Pixel screen protector comes from IceUniverse on Twitter which shows off the design of the front panel.

Unfortunately, it is now confirmed that Pixd 4 series will have a larger forehead and chin bezels which is way larger than its current competitors. It shows three camera cutouts on the left – two for the regular cams and one for the advanced facial recognition sensor. The earpiece, which probably doubles as a loudspeaker is in the middle and then there’s a mysterious big hole in the upper right corner.

It is also rumored to have some motion-sensing technology called Project Soli. That’s a radar-based tech that can track fine and precise movements and gestures. It was first introduced at Google I/O in 2015.

OnLeaks also provided the finished version of Pixel 4 by tweeting, “And finally comes your first complete look at the #Google #Pixel4! As usual, 360° video + gorgeous 5K renders + dimensions + #Pixel4 VS #Pixel4XL 5K renders

Google Pixel 4 Series Known Specs

google pixel 4 series
img src: iGeeksBlog

According to iGeeksBlog, the Pixel 4 will not feature a 3.5 mm headphone jack as like their predecessor. And like the previous generation Pixel devices, the Pixel 4 will also feature the top-class camera. And Pixel 4 is roughly 5.6 inch and its dimensions are approximately 147.0 x 68.9 x 8.2 mm (9.3 including rear camera bump.)

And leak says that this year’s Pixel devices will have 6GB of RAM.

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