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First Ever Leak Of Pixel 4 Shows A Design Idea

No doubt Google Pixel 3/3 XL has the best camera as of now. The photos taken with just a single camera and software optimization is phenomenal. But we have to agree that this is the worst looking flagship smartphone of 2018. That big notch present on the Pixel 3 XL is worst than a $100 smartphone. And the regular Pixel 3 looks like an ordinary 18:9 smartphone.

But looks like in 2019 finally Google will refresh their design. Today we got our first ever leak of Google Pixel 4, which shows us the sketch design of the phone. So let’s look at them.

As you can see from the image below, the very first thing you will get familiar to is the back design. It still looks the typical Pixel design with single camera, single LED flash, fingerprint sensor, and dual material (glass and metal) built. It’s sad to see that Pixel is not making serious changes in the back design, even on their 4th generation smartphones. But as it’s more than half a year for the launch and it is the first ever leak of Pixel 4, take this design with a big pinch of salt.

Now coming to the main area i.e. front. From the front as you can see, there’s only display. There is no blueprint of front camera, earpiece, sensors, or even any type of notch. It looks totally plan, similar to smartphones like Vivo NEX, Oppo Find X, and Mi Mix 3. We genuinely hope that Google will adopt this front design.

So that’s all the information we have as of now. As I said before, as this is the first leak of Pixel 4 series, expect many changes in design leaks in future. Now, what are your thoughts on this design? Does the front looks attractive and back looks boring to you? Let us know in the comments below. Also, stay tuned with us for more information.


Source: 91Mobiles

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