Google confirms Pixel 4 leak, releases official render
The confirmation was made on Twitter by the official Made by Google (@madebygoogle) account. The attached render shows the Pixel 4 in black with its square-shaped camera module. This render also gives us a clearer look at the camera module and we can confirm it houses two cameras.
The rear cameras are on opposite sides of each other while the LED flash is at the bottom and what should be the laser focus module is at the top. There is also a smaller hole a few millimeters to the right of the flash. We are not sure but that might be a hole for a secondary microphone.
There is no fingerprint scanner on the rear which might be a hint that it will have an in-display fingerprint scanner. The Pixel 4 is also shown to have a white power button that sits above the volume rocker which is painted black.
While the specs are still unknown, we are pretty sure it will come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor and run Android Q out of the box. It should also have wireless charging like its predecessor.