The Google Pixel 4 line is unlikely to launch until much later in 2019, but we may have seen the first hint of what the design will be like in the new phone series, and how Google will integrate its front camera technology with a fullscreen.
Shared by SlashLeaks, a render that can be seen below shows that there may be a perforated screen so front camera technology can excel.
We still do not know the authenticity of the drawing itself, but Phone Arena also made a model of the render that you can see below to help show how it can be seen as a finished product.
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The render shows a double selfie camera on the front of the phone, so the drill hole would not be as small as it is on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and would instead be similar to the S10 Plus.
The Pixel 3 range already has a double lens front camera, so it’s no wonder, and it can be a better selfie experience than a single camera.
The diagram also suggests that the company will be opting for a dual camera on the back of the Pixel 4 XL. That will be the first time that Google moves away from a single shooter on the back.
There are no signs of a fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone or a bezel below the screen, suggesting that Google will include a fingerprint scanner on the screen of this phone.
But as we said, take this with a big pinch of salt. It is unlikely that we will see the Google Pixel 4 range until the end of 2019, which we currently expect in October, so even if necessary, the design may change much before then.