The Google Pixel 4 leaked on Twitter by Google!

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Gone is the single rear camera Google has adhered to in its previous and current Pixel smartphones.

That's all we can say for now.

Google, Inc. What will it look like?

Google doesn't normally publish early images or tease unreleased products, but it may have chose to do so following several recent leaks. While Google is getting a lot of praise for Pixel 4's early look, leaked iPhone XI renders didn't quite generate a positive response. Additionally, it also appears to have a completely different design for the camera setup, with a square-shaped bump that protrudes out of the body.

According to a tweet by Google's Twitter handle, it's official that the forthcoming Pixel 4 will feature a big camera bump at the back, pretty much like the iPhone 11 is slated to sport. It launched the Pixel 3 last October. With almost all flagship phones now having edge-to-edge displays, it makes sense for Google to move the reader to the front and put it below the display. There is no fingerprint sensor on the back of the device. Other leaks have also suggested gesture controls and Apple's True Tone-like display experience on the Pixel 4. Will it have a giant notch like the Pixel 3? It will likely go with Samsung Galaxy S10+ like punch hole camera design with dual cameras. Google might want to hold the unveiling much earlier or close to the Apple iPhone event.

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What will it be called?

Various renders, hands-on videos, and screenshots were posted online to extensively reveal the Pixel phone.

Google will be updating the Pixel 2 XL to Android Q when it's released later this year, and in fact you can already load the beta of it if you want.

9to5Google has spotted the images which show the device with a rear camera array and placement that's identical to Google's official design. Now, there is a possibility that Google could be trolling everyone but for the sake of this article and until proven otherwise, we will assume this is the actual design.

Google is expected to fully detail and release the Pixel 4 in October.

Like every other Pixel to date, the camera will be accompanied by a dual flash system.