After various and unending rumours on the Google Pixel 3 Lite XL, the talk about the next Pixel gen – Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is now in the rumour mills. The new devices are expected in the second half of the year.
Based on an image leaked at this time, it appears that the Mountain View giant can opt for replacing the much-discussed notch with a hole in the display.
Currently, no information on how many version of the flagship will be released by Google this year (may be two as always), or about which of the two devices, the following image is based, but here is what Google Pixel 4 looks like (or Pixel 4 XL).
As seen below, the important notch of Pixel 3 XL could be “replaced” by a hole in the display, rather generous to be honest: the size would be “justified” by the presence of a double front camera.
For the rest, always relying on this (the one above is a render based on it), we can see very small frames on the entire front and the presence of a double speaker. Also interesting is the apparent absence of a fingerprint sensor, a sign that Google could opt for a reader integrated in the display.
Now it’s a bit early, but keep following us, because in the coming weeks, the rumors about Google Pixel 4 will be “hot”.