This week we’ve explored rumors of the Pixel 4. Now Google just gave us all a surprise and confirmed the design of its next phone via its official Twitter account. The post revealed the backplate, as well as the new camera of the smartphone.
“Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do. #Pixel4,” the tweet from the company’s verified @MadeByGoogle account read.
As we learned, Pixel 4 rumors had been revealed by smartphone blog Pricebaba, earlier this week.
Now, the most noticeable changes are happening on the back on the smartphone. The now-square camera module features a pair of lenses, a flash module, as well as a couple of other sensor modules.
Apparently, the device is lacking a rear fingerprint reader, unlike past models. However, renders of the device from the front are not available yet.
Ever since Google’s Pixel 3 was released we’ve learned that Google doesn’t share much regarding the Pixel line’s strengths in terms of hardware specs.
Therefore, the company has been pretty late to reveal the two-camera rear-module setup. On past occasions, they justified this by saying that because of their software they can do more with one than most can do with two.