When it comes to highly anticipated smartphones’ release, leaks aren’t something new. For example, just yesterday, an alleged render of Google’s upcoming Pixel 4 surfaced over the internet. In a highly surprising move, Google has released an image of Pixel 4 which confirms that yesterday’s leaks were in fact correct.
The latest announcement came via Twitter where Google twitted out an image of Pixel 4 which features a multi-camera setup. While we can’t see the front of the device, if the latest image is anything to go by, the upcoming smartphone will live up to expectations. As you can see from the image, the rear mounted fingerprint sensor is missing which means the company is probably planning on using an in-display fingerprint sensor just like other major flagship smartphones.
Although nothing is certain at the moment, the upcoming Pixel 4 will feature high-end specs as expected. This means we are more than likely to see a Snapdragon 855 processor paired with 6-8GB RAM as well as at least 64GB or 128GB of internal memory.
As we move forward, more details related to the smartphone are likely to come out in next couple of weeks. You can check out Google’s latest tweet below.
— Made by Google (@madebygoogle) June 12, 2019