Google Pixel 4’s ‘Semi-Frameless’ Design Reveals
Known as the software giant, Google first took the steps in the hardware business with the Nexus series phones; then, with the Pixel series, he had firmly stated that he would not give up the hardware. Although not as successful as other companies in design, Google’s Pixel phones, which used their skill in software to the bottom, were very popular. Now the Pixel 4 XL’s “I wonder” render images are shared.
Google has been selling Pixel phones for the last 3.5 years, the only place that can reach the purest Android. After the series, which was criticized with bold and unnecessary frames in the first generation, Google reduced them in the second generation and made it a notch in the third generation. But this notch has garnered much worse comments than other designs. In order to eliminate their mistake, the company worked with 3 different teams in the Pixel 4 series, so that they could choose the right design.
The software giant now seems to have finalized the image of the Pixel 4 XL. Google, who has officially shared the back design of the phone in recent weeks, has provided an overview of the device, but has not shared anything extra. Now OnLeaks, one of the most known infiltrators, has shared the rendering images of Pixel 4 XL.
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We do not find a fingerprint sensor on any part of the device. This is an indication that Google finally placed the sensor at the bottom of the screen. Of course, there is a possibility that the company surprised us and completely removed the finger reading, as Apple did, but it is very low.
When we look at the camera, we can see that there are 2 lenses and 1 ToF depth sensor. Google will not be able to withstand the pressure of other companies, which has finally added a second camera. Although we will be glad that this is a wide angle that cannot be added with software, Google has opted for the telephoto camera.
When we look at the dimensions of the device, we see that it is 160.4 x 75.2 x 8.2 mm. On the right side of the Pixel 4 XL there is a standard on-off switch and volume keys. On the bottom, there is no USB-C charging port and no 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Although we don’t know much about the specifications, the overall estimate is that it will certainly have at least Snapdragon 855 chipsets, 6 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. Of course, these values are more likely to be out of the box with the Android 10 Q also know.
Do you think that Google has learned from design errors in the field of design and has created a better design?