Following renders of the Pixel 4 surfacing, Google has gone ahead and leaked an image of the upcoming phone on Twitter, showcasing the handheld’s new two-camera rear module. The sleek black handheld features a new camera setup for the Pixel line, the duo cameras are also accompanied by a flash and a couple of other sensors on the square module.
It also appears to be missing a rear fingerprint reader, which is prominently featured on the previous Pixels. The front of the phone was not pictured outside of a “G” shaped power button. Several manufacturers, including Apple, have adapted to a two-camera setup, With Google always stating its machine-learning software could do more with one camera lens than most can do with two.
Although no specs were revealed, it appears Google is now ready to make the jump, possibly due to new innovations from their evolving software.
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— Made by Google (@madebygoogle) June 12, 2019