Google is not properly known for keeping many secrets about its smartphones. Taking advantage of that reputation, the American company resorted to Twitter to confirm the design behind the Google Pixel 4.
The research giant took advantage of one of the renders already known to confirm the square module for the cameras of their Pixel 4. A design that brings us back to the yet to present iPhone XI.
Google Pixel 4 will finally bring more than one rear camera
When confirming the back design of the Pixel 4, Google also confirms the presence of at least two lenses. It is not yet certain what will represent that hole at the top of the module, although the bets fall on a sensor capable of recording information that is not normally perceivable to the human eye. Information such as x-rays, infrared or ultraviolet.
As for the other two lenses, the bets fall on the usual zoom or wide-angle lenses. Here are the preferences of each to prevail, since some like a quality zoom, while others prefer to capture more information in the same photo.
Two-tone rear design seems to be a thing of the past
The image that illustrates the publication of Google tells us that the Pixel 4 will have a uniform construction on its rear. That double tone, which is already a brand image of Google’s smartphones, will be abandoned with this fourth generation. We can also attest to the presence of the power button on the right side of Google Pixel 4.
What else we know about Google Pixel 4
There’s still a lot to be figured out about Google Pixel 4, but there’s already some data that seems more than right. These are the known specifications of these equipment:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Processor
- 6GB of RAM
- Android Q
This is obvious information, but there is not much more confirmed for Google Pixel 4. It is still a few months before these devices are revealed and we hope that more will be revealed soon.