After the launch of the first mid-range Pixels, it's time to think about the future of Mountain View and the next Google Pixel 4. Obviously we could not miss some tasty anticipation and now a cover producer could have revealed what will be the top range design coming in the coming months.
Google Pixel 4: this is how the new Mountain View flagship could be
The manufacturer of accessories Skinoma has launched a display film dedicated to the future Google Pixel 4, allowing us to take a look at what the design of the next flagship could be. As can be seen from the image above, the flagship will come with an almost completely borderless display and the lower frame appears much thinner than its predecessor.
Obviously there will be a dual speaker configuration, but the real gem is the selfie camera. On this tour, Google joins the Samsung Galaxy S10 +, implementing a dual camera inserted in a hole in the display.
Along the right edge we have the volume rocker and the Power button, although some rumors suggest that Google Pixel 4 could come with a completely design no buttons (the concept render above is a good idea).
What to expect from the new top of the range
At the moment these are exclusively corridor entries, but it is reasonable to assume that the new Pixel 4 and 4 XL arrive with on board the Snapdragon 855, similar to the other top of the range this year. Planned configuration of 6 / 128 GB, without a microSD slot. Obviously the software can only be Android Q and certification IP68 is now a must have.
But when will the new flagships arrive? There is still no release date but it is very likely that the launch is scheduled for October (as usual).
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