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New Google Pixel 4 Render Images Released

21.07.2019
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A few photos have been published that have been proof of the design of the Google Pixel 4, which we have known more or less about its design, with uninterrupted photos about it for a while. Screen savers shared in photos are claimed to be Google Pixel 4 screen saver.

For a while we’ve seen a lot of news about Google Pixel 4, and so many photos. We have recently been informed about the differences between the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL and how the front of the phone might look like a Twitter user, but now the information is more interesting. This time the pictures show us not the screen, but the screen saver.

New Google Pixel 4 Render Images Released
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In fact, there is no big difference between the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL. The Pixel 4 XL looks just like the Pixel 4, with the screen enlarged. There is no extra hole or any change for the camera.

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After these photos published recently, Ice Universe has published two photos that prove what the front of the phone might look like. In these two pictures we see the screensavers of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. There are three holes on the left side of the screen savers, all three of which belong to the camera. Two of these holes are for the normal camera and the third hole is for advanced face detection. The big point in the top right corner is the point that attracts attention in the photographs.

Rumor has it that this big hole will belong to Project Soli, which Google finally plans to release. Project Soli is a radar-based technology that allows you to control devices by monitoring fine and distinct movements and gestures. This technology was first introduced in Google I/O in 2015. Unfortunately, that’s the information we have for now, but the Pixel 4 family is planned to come out completely in October. Until then, we only have to wait.

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