Months before launch, Google Pixel 4 renders surface online

Months before launch, Google Pixel 4 renders surface online

Rishabh Pachory

The Google Pixel phones, or any other phones for that matter, are no stranger to leaks. In 2019, it is only standard that months before the launch of any smartphone, we already know what it will look like and what the internals will hold. Such is the case for the upcoming Google Pixel 4 and though Google themselves had confirmed what the back of the phone would look like, we now have a 360 degree render of the phone.

From the back, the phone comes as no surprise. Google themselves confirmed that the phone would have a square camera module which would house up to three cameras. This is the first time the company is going for more than one rear camera.

From the front however, case makers and screen protectors have led us to believe that the phone will have a symmetrical bezels. In addition to that, the phone will not have a notch, a punch hole display or any sort of interruption on the screen.

At the front, there seems to be a tiny bottom bezel while the bezel on top is a larger one. Though not all that large, it still sticks out and the design choice is rather hit or miss. It could go well with consumers who look for a phone with a full display but may not have the same effect on other users.

Certainly, this is one of the more unique looking phones that will come out soon this year. At any rate, Google Pixel phones do have the tag for keeping thier designs less conventional and more out of the box. Another new change from previous generations is that Google is ditching the dual tone back of the Pixel phones. This one is expected to come with a full back glass panel.

As for the internal specifications, there is no word on that yet. However, last year Google suffered in sales because thier Pixel phones had only 4GB of RAM. This year, we're expecting to see at least 6GB of RAM, which is expected in 2019.