Google Pixel 4 leaked schematics show square camera bump, missing fingerprint scanner

Doris Richards
June 12, 2019

We hope the new Pixel 4 smartphones finally appear to be refreshing.

Next, take a peek at the Project Soli: Alpha Developers Showcase. After the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept photos, here's OnLeaks working with Pricebaba again to come up with renders for the upcoming Pixel 4. This video was published all the way back in May of 2016.

The Pixel 3a XL is certainly a good deal at US$479 with its excellent cameras and its decent battery life, but Google has made some compromises to keep the price down. Now some leak based renders have emerged on the web which suggests that the smartphone will have a square bump at the back which will house the camera. And there is talk that the Pixel 4 will not have any type of fingerprint scanner on board leading to speculation that the phone will feature a secure facial recognition system similar to Apple's Face ID.


According to the renders, the Pixel 4 smartphone will be coming with a square camera module which appears similar to leaked renders of the iPhone XI. the earpiece of the phone hints that the company will be retaining the notch which could be similar to the Pixel 3 XL which was launched previous year.

Word comes from 9to5Google's tip line where they've gotten word - rumor style - that a Google Soli radar chip is integrated in the Google Pixel 4 in some way. And with the release date now less than 6 months away, we've started to see a steady stream of Pixel 4 leaks emerge over the past few weeks.

The hands-on images were put up Slashleaks and appeared to be legit images showcased the Pixel 4 device featuring the already expected punch-hole display on the front. More recently, the folks over at Unbox Therapy managed to get their hands on metallic molds of both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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