Google’s next flagship device Pixel 4 that will be launched late this year – sometime in October, is expected to come with a punch hole camera design similar to the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus which were launched earlier this year.
The punch hole camera will house a dual camera setup. Thus, if you did not like the ugly notch in last year’s Pixel 3 devices, the new design will surely appeal giving you an edge-to-edge full screen display.
The Pixel 4 devices are also expected to come with dual front firing speakers. Also, according to the media reports, the overall design aesthetics of the new Pixel 4 will be identical to the Pixel 3 – meaning position of the buttons and SIM tray would be same.
The smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset and will run on Android Q, the latest version of Android. Apart from this, the Pixel 4 smartphones could come with 6GB of RAM unlike 4GB RAM Pixel 3. Google is also working to improve its Assistant experience and the new generation of Google Assistant can reply to your queries even if you are offline.
Last week, Google launched the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones in India at Rs 39,999 and Rs 44,999, respectively.
The Pixel 3a sports a 5.6-inch display, 4GB of RAM, 64GB internal storage, a 12.2MP rear and an 8MP front camera along with a 3,000 mAh battery. The Pixel 3a XL on the other hand features a 6-inch display and a 3,700mAh battery.
Both the smartphones utilise Google’s HDR+ technology and comes with portrait mode, super res zoom and night sight modes in cameras. Both devices offer high-quality photos and videos with free, unlimited storage on Google Photos.
Being a Google phone, both the devices are entitled to three years of security and operating system updates.