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- Google Pixel 4 rumors started emerging recently, and Google itself recently tweeted a teaser image of the Pixel 4.
- The teaser image confirms a few things, but also raises some questions.
- The Pixel 4 looks like it’ll come with some pretty significant differences compared to the Pixel 3. This is what we know about it so far.
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Once the rumors surrounding Google’s upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone started emerging, Google itself wanted to join in on the fun and tweeted a teaser image of the device.
With Google’s own image, there are at least a couple things about the Pixel 4 that we can confirm: It’ll come with a dual-lens rear camera system, and it won’t have a rear fingerprint sensor like the Pixel 3 does.
But by confirming a few things, Google actually raises more questions. What will the second camera lens do? And how will users unlock their phones? Will there be an in-display fingerprint sensor, or will the Pixel 4 rely on facial recognition?
The truth is that we don’t know, but rumors at least points us down certain paths. We’ll have to see if those paths lead to the actual Pixel 4, or if they lead us astray.
Check out the Pixel 4 rumors we’ve heard so far:
First of all, here’s the 100% real and confirmed Pixel 4, straight from Google itself.
It looks like the Pixel 4 will come with a dual-lens camera system.
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With a few simple adjustments to Google’s photo, we can see a dual-lens camera system.
One of the lenses is surely a regular camera that all smartphones have, and the other is likely an ultra-wide-angle lens. It’s possible the second lens could be used for zoomed photos, but Google can already achieve artificial zoom with its AI and software. Ultra-wide photos, however, cannot be replicated by AI and software.
And the Pixel 4 has supposedly been seen in the wild.
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