Google has just finished announcing Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, but a new entry is already underway that says it has information on upcoming phones that will come out of Mountain View.
The Pixel 4 will certainly be announced later this year and, according to a new report, may be ready to get rid of the physical buttons.
The report has come to YouTuber, Jon Prosser, who has the way of being in money with those things. He was able to get information on Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL before it was released last year, and he was also able to confirm the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL before they arrived recently.
Google Pixel 4 and Active Edge Feature
With this in mind, Prosser says his source believes that Pixel 4 will about to use capacitive touch areas on the sides of the phones instead of physical buttons for volume and power. Google is already a feature called Active Edge that lets you compress a phone to start functions and this could be an extension.
It has also been reported that a perforated front camera is part of the configuration, including a certain type of fingerprint sensor below the screen, although it is not clear whether it will be optical or ultrasonic. According to the report, a new dual lens camera system is also planned in the rear.
If the form above is respected, we can expect Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL to be announced in October, so we expect more losses in the coming months.
(Via: Front Page Tech [YouTube])
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