Google has just posted a photo of the upcoming Pixel 4 Android-powered smartphone on Twitter to put an end to all the leaks that surfaced on the Internet lately.
While Google is still working on the Pixel 4, which should be officially launched later this fall, most probably around October, the tech giant teased the design of its next Android flagship phone amidst recent renders of the device published by various sources.
Without further ado, here’s the Pixel 4 in all of its glory, featuring dual rear cameras with built-in flash in a new square design, and the company’s G logo at the bottom. Of course, this is only the back of the device, but we believe the Pixel 4 won’t ship with a notch design on the front.
“Wait ’til you see what it can do”
Besides teasing Pixel 4’s rear design, the tech giant also teased us with the capabilities of the device by saying “Wait ’til you see what it can do.” Well, for now we know absolutely nothing about what’s u… (read more)
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