Google has recently launched its so-called budget devices; the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. But, these are not the only pixels we will be treated by the company. Their flagship Pixel 4 will also be released in October this year. And if the rumors are to be believed, there will be a new design for the flagship smartphone. It is expected that Pixel 4 will come with no physical buttons.
According to a YouTube channel by Jon Prosser who is a trusted leaker and has leaked previously the Pixel 3 devices and Pixel 3a. You can watch the video below;
The Pixel 4 and 4 XL is also rumored to ditch the fingerprint scanner at the back. Google will be implementing the in-display fingerprint scanner for its new flagship. And also from the image below you can see that the company might also take inspiration from Samsung Galaxy S10+ by adopting the dual punch hole camera setup.
As there will be no physical button however, there will be the traditional volume rockers, the power button on the sides. The company will also retain its squeezable function that activates the Google Assistant. Buttonless devices have been rumored for other phones as well like the Note 10 is also be rumored to be buttonless. So, Pixel arriving with a buttonless phone should be no surprise.
The Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL will pack the Snapdragon 855 SoC under the hood, along with the Android Q OS. It is also expected that the company might increase the RAM and the might take to having 6GB RAM. Stay tuned for more updates on tech news at ThemeFoxx.