Google Pixel 4 Leaks With Dual Rear Cameras and Ugly Screen Bezels

The fourth generation Pixel phone from Google will be publicly unveiled at a launch event on 15 October.

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Google Pixel 4 will fight against the iPhone 11 series.

Google’s big Pixel phone launch event is less than two weeks away, and we’re probably looking at the leaked official press images of the Pixel 4. This leak, courtesy the ever reliable Evan Blass (@evleaks) shows us the purported Pixel 4, which comes with dual rear cameras but a thick bezel at the top of the screen as well.

The design and visual of the Pixel 4 is highly expected to be the real thing, which will be unveiled to the world on 15 October by the search giant. The rear camera setup has been already revealed by Google few months back, when the company surprisingly tweeted this from its official handle.


The front design has bezels at the top of the phone, which means Google has yet again decided to play it safe and traditional. However, this is likely to have been done to offer dual front-facing cameras, as well as a secure way of using the face unlock feature, much akin to Apple’s Face ID hardware.

Google's upcoming Pixel 4 and 4XL smartphones are expected to pack the super smooth display with 90Hz refresh rate and 6GB RAM, carrying sizes 5.7-inch Full HD+ and a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ panel respectively.

But the one good thing we spotted from the Pixel 4 leaks is the addition of dual rear cameras, which means the series will get four cameras in total.

After seeing what Apple had to offer with the iPhone 11 series this year, it’s time to see if Google can usurp yet again with its imaging capability on the Pixel 4 series.

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