Google teases Google Pixel 4

This is a very rare moment when a company leaks details about their own product. Well, Google just did that. After a series of leaks in the internet Google finally decided to show off their upcoming Google Pixel 4 device. Google’s official Twitter account Made By Google confirm the news.

Google tweeted the picture of the back of the device saying “ Wait ‘til you see what it can do”. From the picture, we can clearly see the rear of the Pixel 4, including the square camera bump with two side-by-side lenses. This the first time when Google is using a second camera sensor at the back instead of one. We can see the power button and volume buttons on the right side of the Pixel 4. You can also make out the USB-C cutout at the very bottom.

This is the black version of Pixel 4. Though the power button is white and the ‘G’ logo is gray. We have seen a similar color combination in past Pixel devices too. That’s all we can figure out from the photo. Google will not release Pixel 4 until October this year. But it’s good to see how Google reacted about the leaks on the Internet.

Although there are many details about Pixel 4 that we don’t know. Google has not shown the front of the phone. But as there is no fingerprint sensor in the back, so we can assume that Google will either use face unlock or in-display fingerprint sensor.

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