Dual cameras confirmed.
It may be months before its official announcement, but Google has officially released a peek at the new Pixel 4, confirming some of the leaked images that have circulated online in the past week.
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While the image isn’t the full shot of the Pixel 4, it does confirm a dual camera setup for the Pixel 4, which will be a first in the series. The official render also matches the leaked images we’ve seen online, and it’s worth noting that Google will now ditch the two-tone design of the previous Pixel for a for traditional look and feel.
Hardware isn’t final as well, but based from the leaks here is probably what we will find inside the Pixel 4:
– A Snapdragon 855 CPU
– Hopefully more than 4 GB of RAM
– A notch-less OLED screen
– The dual camera is pretty much confirmed, and there’s a good chance it’ll work the same way as the dual cameras on the front of the device, which is mainly used for wide-angle shots and depth effects.
We still have months before Google officially unveils the Pixel 4 which should happen around October. It’s weird that Google is teasing its next flagship as early as now, but I guess it’s a way for them to confirm and end speculations.
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