After getting a clear look at the Pixel 4 XL in render form at the start of the month, we’re now getting a peek at the smaller Pixel 4.
New renders that claim to show the Google Pixel 4 have surfaced, depicting a device that looks an awful lot like Pixel 4 XL but in a smaller size. We can see a forehead with dual front cameras and a couple of sensors, and there’s a smaller chin at the bottom of the phone’s face.
Around back, these renders from OnLeaks and iGeeksBlog show a square housing with a couple of cameras, another sensor that could be a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor for helping to capture depth info, and a flash. As with the Pixel 4 XL, there’s no rear fingerprint reader on the Pixel 4, suggesting that Google will either adopt an in-display fingerprint sensor or go all-in on face unlock.
At the bottom of the Pixel 4 are a couple of speaker grilles with a USB-C port in the middle. Just like with the Pixel 3, there’s no 3.5mm headphone jack present here.
The dimensions of the Pixel 4 are said to be 147.0 x 68.9 x 8.2mm. To compare, the Pixel 3 measures 145.6 x 68.2 x 7.9mm.
There’s nothing too surprising about the Pixel 4’s design since the Pixel 3 managed to avoid the notch, but it’s still nice to get an early look at the smaller Pixel for this year. There’s no word yet on when the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL might be officially introduced, but Google has introduced its previous three generations of Pixel phones in early October, so that’s the likeliest possibility right now.
What do you think of this Pixel 4 design?