Google released an image of Pixel 4

As with any new phone release, there are lots of image leaks and speculation leading up to the launch event. It is not often that the leak comes from the manufacturer of the phone but Google has released an image of the Pixel 4.

Google Pixel 4 photo

A new official photo from the phone maker has given us our first proper look at the new Google Pixel 4. The launch event in October is a few months away but Google has decided to treat us to an early glimpse at their latest smartphone.

Under their Twitter account handle @madebygoogle, the Pixel maker has revealed the first official images of the Google Pixel 4. Along with the image was the tweet “Well, there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do”.


Google Pixel 4 leak

The fact that this image has come from Google is significant, it is not the norm that sneak peeks come from the actual phone maker. Although it’s a surprise move, the image reveal is more interesting with a peek at the back of the new Pixel 4. The new camera module design shows at least two camera lenses with a hint at a possible third one.

A new square shape to the camera module shows a new direction in design for the phone and it mimics a similar looking image leak for the iPhone 11. While the popular phone manufacturer has made some excellent quality devices with the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL, multiple camera lenses have not been something they have embraced.

While their previous releases didn’t have multiple cameras, the enhanced software made up for this in a lot of ways. The post-processing technology used by Google delivered decent images even though there were no telephoto or depth sensors as used on other phones.

Google has proven that their photography software can really deliver and if this is combined with multiple camera lenses on the Google Pixel 4, we could be looking at the best camera phone of 2019. This is currently the honour of the Huawei P30 Pro, but Google could be coming for that crown with the latest Pixel smartphone.

For now, we will have to satisfy ourselves with the little pieces of information that Google gives us until the launch event.

What do you think of the Google Pixel phone range? Do you have a Pixel phone? Will you be buying the Google Pixel 4 when it comes out? Share your thoughts below in the comments.

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