The top bezel does at least seem to be put to fairly good use though, as you can see both a dual-lens camera and two other unknown sensors housed in it.
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It's no secret that these renders tell us the Pixel 4 and 4 XL will follow a similar trend we've seen with Pixel phones of the past.
The device doesn't have a physical fingerprint scanner on the rear side. Due to the camera bump, the maximum thickness is 9.3mm. In the past, Google had never opted for either dual or triple rear sensors but relied on a single camera sensor powered with computational photography, and coupled with Night Sight made the Pixel 2 and 3 series camera a significant benchmark in the smartphone industry, when it comes to camera quality.
Alongside the primary cameras, the secondary snapper is expected to be a telephoto module with optical zoom. For connectivity, the USB Type-C is on the bottom edge. The 3.5mm headphone jack is again missing. A Snapdragon 855 processor is also likely to be included. Let's hope 6GB of RAM. While this design isn't quite as jarring as what we had previous year, it's definitely not almost as futuristic compared to a lot of other phones out there.
The report has clearly noted that the video and render images of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are purely based on leaked schematics, which means these still need to taken with grain of salt. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.