[Update: It’s Fake] Google Pixel 4 Live Images Leak Shows Punch-hole Display Design with Smaller Bezels

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UPDATE [June 12, 2019]: These leaks coming from GSMArena are fake. Please don’t believe them. Turns out, this is Samsung Galaxy S10+ with Pixel 3 Screenshots on it.

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I guess Google Pixel leaks won’t stop anytime soon. Since new renders popped-up on the internet recently two days ago, concept makers are now busy in modifying the new design. Now, Pixel 4 lineup rumored to adopt a square camera bump on the rear side which might house triple camera setup. Meanwhile, now, a new leaked image shows real-life images of Google Pixel 4 with the punch-hole display on the front.

Well, the images show a prototype of Google Pixel 4 which is kept in the case. Further, they only show the front part of the device. So, we can’t have an idea on the rear side. So, still, it remains a mystery. Nonetheless, looking upon the images, the first thing you will notice is the punch-hole cutout in the display for two camera sensors. Most probably they would be the main camera and wide-angle lens. Also, there is a reduced chin on the bottom compared to current pixel phones.

The overall bezels on all the four sides are reduced pretty much and looking same sized. Now, if you have noticed, there isn’t a front facing speaker looking on the top in the bezels. Recalling earlier renders of Pixel 4 device, there was a front-facing speaker on the top, so, somehow the real-life images are showing bit different scenario.

As earlier rumored, Google has three different teams working on Pixel 4 lineup design independently. Further, they don’t have any coordination. So, you might see the different result at the end when the final device will be launched. This would help Google to come up with the pretty looking design for Pixel 4 lineup. As Google already trolled by so many people after Pixel 3 XL launch because of that bathtub notch on the top.

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