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The official design of Pixel 4 leaks by Google, confirms dual rear cameras

Google has just done the unexpected by leaking its own future phone, Pixel 4 design ahead of the official unveiling.

Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do. #Pixel4 pic.twitter.com/RnpTNZXEI1

The leaked image or renders image was shared by Google via thier official Twitter account revealing the back of the phone and basically confirms all the leaked images we have been seeing so far.

Well, there is a possibility that Google could be playing with our heads with the revealing of the yet to announced Pixel 4 but for the sake of this article and until proven otherwise, we will assume this is the actual design.

The part of the phone revealed by Google is just mainly the rear side of the phone and we see both the top and the bottom in a split view. Like Pixel 3, the Pixel 4 has an all-glass back but this time Google is abandoning the two-tone design that it has had since the original Pixel. Instead, the glass has a uniform look and texture throughout.

Another noticeable feature revealed from the leak is the design of the camera model of the phone. On the top left corner of the phone, we could see the infamous camera square model.

Although they have been several leaks suggesting that the phone is coming with that design model but what differs is the actual arrangement of the elements within the square.

While all the leaks showed large prominent dual cameras, the camera lenses on the actual phone are a bit smaller. Below them is an LED flash and above them is what could be a cutout for the laser autofocus. To the right of the LED is a microphone cut out.

Apart from that, there’s not much else to see other than the power and volume buttons on the right edge of the phone. There is no fingerprint sensor on the back this time so it will likely be embedded within the display.

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