The Google Pixel 4 has been into discussions for quite a long time now. Google has yesterday leaked an image of its upcoming flagship device months ahead of its launch. In the image leak, it has given us a fair glimpse of how the rear side of the phone would look like confirming a number of rumours such as a dual-rear camera setup, a squareish camera bump and the absence of rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
But what Google didn’t reveal in its image was the display of the phone, leaving plenty of room for rumours and speculations.
And now, fresh images renders of the display of the upcoming Google Pixel 4 have surfaced online. The fresh image renders come as a courtesy of Jonas Daehnert who has beautifully created the display of Google’s upcoming flagship device based on the leaks circulating on the internet and images shared by Google yesterday.
The new image render shows that Google could indeed ditch the notch in the Pixel 4 and replace it with thin bezels on top and bottom. These thin bezels, especially the ones on top, would give the company room to accomodate a set of five different camera sensors as had been touted by the Unbox Therapy.
In the past couple of days, rumours have also indicated that Google could include its Soli radar chip in its Pixel 4 smartphone. This would enable the phone to make use of gesture based commands. If Google is indeed planning to include five camera sensors and the Soli radar chip in Pixel 4, it would make sense for the company to ditch the notch (and not opt for a punch hole camera display) and go for a design that includes bezels.
We have already seen Pixel 3a pulling a notch-less design spectacularly. The new image indicates that Pixel 4 would sport extremely thin bezels on the top and bottom. From the looks of it, bezels in Pixel 4 would be way narrower than the ones in Pixel 3a, so you don’t need to worry about the bezels spoiling your on-screen experience. Beyond this, the Pixel 4, is likely to come in two colour variants, which one is expected to be black, the other, as per the image looks like a shade of grey.
As far as other details are concerned, the Google Pixel 4 is likely to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and sport up to 6GB RAM. It is likely to run on Android 9.0 and come with Google Assistant 2.0.