Google teases Pixel 4 with dual cameras and no fingerprint scanner

Google teases Pixel 4 with dual cameras and no fingerprint scanner

"Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go!" Wait 'til you see what it can do, with the Pixel 4 hashtag.

Of course, one naturally wonders why Google did this. Until now, Google refrained from adding multiple lenses on its smartphones.

The image also reveals some intriguing sensor-like holes near the camera lens.

Speaking of eyesores, the high-resolution renders reveal an all-new rear camera design for the Pixel 4 that will seemingly take up a large portion of the back panel. The move might raise a few eyebrows as Google had launched its budget Pixel devices only recently in May, but since Google is serious about taking on the iPhones, the decision won't be surprising. All things considered, in case you're a smaller phone company, being confused with an iPhone is basically the fantasy, and aping these prominent camera blocks are a quick method to get lumped into the "nearly the equivalent, however, less expensive" category.

The images which show the Google Pixel 4 with a rear camera array and placement that's identical to Google's official design.

What's completely unclear is what that extra sensor might be.

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The photos, shared to 9to5google by someone who would like to remain anonymous, show a person holding a smartphone with the unmistakeable Pixel 4 camera bump and its two rear-facing cameras.

The upcoming new Pixel 4 has started its round of the internet, and Google too has joined the game this time. Or could Google just be trolling us in some manner?

It could also be that this is just a different sensor.

Something remarkable about the back is the absence of a fingerprint sensor.

Except for an all-new single textured designed back and a square-shaped camera arrangement on the back, the teaser image does offer any more insights. In fact, prominent leaker Evan Blass posted a screenshot of Verizon's marketing schedule that indicates the Pixel 4 will launch in October of this year. If you look closely at the picture tweeted by made by Google, you can spot the cutout for the USB port at the bottom.