Alright, so Google just announced their Pixel 4 design policy and people over the internet are crazy about it.
Earlier when the iPhone XI was leaked with the same design, almost everyone was trolling apple for such an ugly design.
But now it seems like Google is following the same path as that of Apple.
And while it does look ugly, Google has also asked to guess what it can do!
Now that leaves us to serious thought that is Google going to create history again?
Like more Practical Night mode, auto HDR, HDR+ and even Pixel binning technology are created by Google.
And we all know that these are now an integral part of smartphone camera these days.
So in this article, we going to check out what you can expect from Pixel 4!
The all-new Pixel 4 will obviously feature a Snapdragon 855 SoC coupled with 6GB of Ram and 128GB of Internal Storage for the base variant.
The Device will be running on Android 10.0 Q on top and will offer the complete stock android experience.
And all of this should be powered by a large 4000mAh battery which is more of an industry standard these days.
With that being said, expect Fast Charging support at 27W.
While there isn’t anything confirmed for the front of the device, the device is expected to either come with a notch or a complete bezel on top!
As far as the leaks go, there isn’t any fingerprint sensor in the device and Google will be opting for 3D Face Unlock Just like the Apple did with their Latest iPhones.
Meaningly you will see an IR Camera, Dot projector and couple of other sensors on the front of the device.
But if you ignore that fact, Google might be using an In-Display Fingerprint Scanner.
Because of this confusion, we cannot comment on any Screen Size but for sure it is going to be 19:9 gOLED FHD+ Display on the front.
Whereas on the back, there is a Dual Camera Setup with a Couple of Sensor sensor including a Time-of-flight camera.
Triple Camera Setup on the back is expected to have a 12-Megapixel Primary Shooter with an aperture of f/1.5 and an another 12-Megapixel Shooter for Wide Angle Shots with an aperture of f/2.0 and pixel size of 1.6um for both the cameras.
And a Time-of-flight camera is expected as well.
Whereas on the front, Google might go with Single 8-Megapixel Shooter this time, unlike the Pixel 3XL.
Google’s All-new Flagship will be directly competing with the iPhone XI, Samsung S10+ and even with Samsung Note 10!
So it would be great to see how Google will manage to get their champion to win the race this time.
So what do we think about the upcoming Pixel 4 is that it can be an amazing device when it comes to features and performance.
But one thing where it might lack for sure is the design department as Google has already started to receive a lot of hate for it.
Still, it will be interesting to see how Google will manage that.
Although it is too early to judge the device just on the basis of an early image and even without testing the device.