The launch of the upcoming Google Pixel 4 series is around the corner, as the company will launch the devices on October 15 at an event in New York. We are getting information about the upcoming Google flagship devices on a regular basis, and now the press render of the Pixel 4 surfaced online which look-like the official render.
Going through the image, we can see a new wallpaper on the device and it has a colourful wallpaper with the letter P and the number 4, and we can also see that the device has very small bezels around the display but the upper bezel is thick and it’s because the upper side of the device accommodates many things such as the camera, earpiece, and many sensors including the new motion sense.
The rear side of the device is in line with the previous leaks along with the official teaser image of the smaller variant of the Google Pixel phone. We can see the square cut out for the rear camera and there is no fingerprint scanner and this suggests that the device will have either in-display fingerprint scanner or Google will stick on its new powerful 3D Face unlock feature.
As you can see that the leaked render is in black colour and we can see that there is a white power button along with the volume rockers on the right side. So, that’s all the information we have from the latest render but we believe that we can able to hear more and the see more images of the upcoming Google Pixel devices ahead of the launch event. You are recommended to stay tuned with us for the latest updates at your fingertips.