There have been numerous alleged leaked images of the Pixel 4 these past few months, but Google decided to confirm the handset today by posting a teaser image on Twitter, with the caption “Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do.” No technical specifications are known, but from the image, we can see that there’s two rear cameras and a third sensor of sorts protruding from a large camera bump at the rear. Read more for a video and additional information.
“There’s also another tiny dot at the lower right of the camera module, which could be a microphone. Is the secondary lens for portraits or a wide-angle perspective? Who knows. Apart from that, we see what looks to be a white or gray power button and the company’s G logo. For the first time ever on a Pixel, there is no rear fingerprint scanner present on this device,” reports The Verge.