Major Google Pixel 4 leaks show off front-facing bezel and sensors

Curious cutout on new Pixel 4 leak raises questions

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Back in June, Google gave us an official sneak preview of Pixel 4, and now we may know what the device could look like when it launches later this year.

The best shot of the cutout in the top bezel on the Pixel 4 XL.

Both will sport 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage, but there's no word on whether there will be alternative options outside of this.

New details on Google Pixel 4 have started to surface.

People rooting around in the Android q beta did find a few more clues though, that pointed to face ID unlocking, a rear telephoto sensor, and the possibiltiy of a wide-angle lens on the rear.

Two sets of images related to the upcoming Pixel 4 have appeared today.

On the bright side, those bezels will cover up the variety of sensors of the Pixel 4 and dual front-facing cameras that might otherwise have been designed with a notch or popup camera. The cutout in the middle is presumably for the earpiece, while the cutout on the right seems rather mysterious.

This might well house the small radar sensor that Google is supposedly working on, and which would let you control your phone with hand gestures without touching the screen. Google might have chose to say goodbye to the cutout on the top of the screen, but that hardware will now be placed on a fairly large bezel, as the alleged screen protectors above reveal. The renders give us a good look at the front side of the two phones, which feature a larger forehead and very big bezels.

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