Published: Mon, June 17, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Google teases Pixel 4 smartphone, ups the camera ante

Google teases Pixel 4 smartphone, ups the camera ante

That's why it's quite unusual that Google has already released images of what the Pixel 4 will look like. On the other hand, SlashLeaks showed a leak of the front cameras housed in a punch-hole cut out.

Sales of premium smartphones have struggled over the past few years, with most new phones sold being from the entry-level or mid-range sector. Samsung has also begun putting more emphasis on these devices; In the past year, it has killed off the J series of phones and started putting new features into the Galaxy A lineup.

The back of the Pixel 4, like the Pixel 3, is completely glass.

The Pixel 4 will be notchless. I'm now testing out Google's midrange phone, the Pixel 3a, and early signs are this is an impressive piece of kit for the price.

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It's interesting to see how all the Pixel 4 leaks are arriving in the proper order, meaning that first, we had some renders, then we had some prototype molds for cases, and now we got a picture of someone actually using the phone, confirming some of the previous rumors. We are hopeful this roundup will provide a good view regarding what to expect from Google's upcoming finest phones. This would be a development on the Pixel 3 which came with a stand turning your phone into a Google Home with a screen.

Google might be catching up but they are still a long ways behind when it comes to pure performance. This is a double-edged sword because there is a speaker on the forehead of the phone. But the Pixel 3a has shown that it's not just about price.

Another update refers that the Pixel 4 will include next-generation Google Assistant will in the device this fall. This first appeared on the Apple iPhone X when they moved away from fingerprint readers altogether. Google isn't probably going to launch the Pixel 4 until October, however, the new leak proposes that we can securely anticipate a scope of some leaks here and there ahead of its formal launch. So, it is advised that the readers should take this piece of information with a pinch of salt. One of the main reasons for this was the wide-angle selfie.

A recent video by the YouTube channel Unbox Therapy included a device the user claimed to be a mock-up of the Pixel 4. Samsung and Apple follows suit.

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