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Google Pixels 4 glimpsed in the plane

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Published on Aug 12, 2019

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Google Pixels 4 glimpsed in the air Android Blog Italy.

The Google Pixel 4 is now one of the Android smartphone most anticipated of the year (together with the Mate 30 Huawei) and, although we already know many things on his account (thanks also to the many information confirmed by Google), today we show you finally a live photos of the smartphone.

The new smartphone was apparently used on an aircraft what is supposed to be one of the Google employees. The person in question seems to have seen a kind of videos and images of tests, something that has helped to highlight the situation of the frames in the Pixels 4.

The upper frame is thick, as confirmed by Google. This is because it has a brand new facial recognition system 3D, the chip radar Project Alone, a small grill for speakers and a single front-facing camera. The side frames, on the other hand, are thin as you would expect from a modern high-end smartphone of 2019. But the real surprise comes with the lower frame.

Although in the past some render CAD showed a lower frame, not too thin, the photo taken live seems to disprove the whole. As you can see from the image, the lower frame seems to be very thin, and not at the level of the side frames, but still thinner than the upper one.

According to the person who has seen the plane, the Google Pixel 4 in question boasted a volume rocker on the right hand side above a power button of the orange color. The rear part housed the new configuration of the camera square glass cover black, despite the back panel was white.

In short, the new aesthetic important with respect to the Pixels 3 that might or might not pleasure. To get a more complete picture, we wait for the official presentation.

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Google Pixels 4 glimpsed in the air Android Blog Italy.

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