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Tech & ScienceIt sure looks like the Pixel 4 is getting an exciting redesign

19:25  30 may  2019
19:25  30 may  2019 Source:   bgr.com

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Google ends sales of the Pixel 2 and 2 XL Google has stopped selling its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. As noticed by Android Police, URLs for the Pixel 2 at the company’s store now simply take users to the newer Pixel 3 instead. Some stock remains available from other retailers: Best Buy is currently selling its remaining stock of the Pixel 2 XL (64GB in black) for $399.99. Sadly, the black-and-white “panda” model is a goner. Verizon, the Pixel 2’s exclusive US carrier, ended sales back in October upon the announcement of its successor. The Pixel 2 and 2 XL were announced in October 2017 and went on sale later that month.

The Pixel 4 is still several months away, but we already have reasons to be excited about Google’s next flagship phone series. If this screen protector accurately represents the Pixel 4 ’s design , then the rear camera would have to be placed either centrally like Samsung did with its Galaxy S10

The Pixel 4 is still several months away, but we already have reasons to be excited about Google's next flagship phone series. The phone is expected to finally have an exciting design that 's modern, though it 'll hardly be a completely original one. The phone is widely expected to feature.

It sure looks like the Pixel 4 is getting an exciting redesign © Provided by Penske Media Corporation google-pixel-4-screen-protector

The Pixel 4 is still several months away, but we already have reasons to be excited about Google’s next flagship phone series. The phone is expected to finally have an exciting design that’s modern, though it’ll hardly be a completely original one. The phone is widely expected to feature a hole-punch display design like the Galaxy S10 phones, and we’ve already seen a bunch of renders of the supposed Pixel 4 design, based on previous leaks. A brand new leak now seems to confirm those renders, as an accessory maker is already listing for preorder a Pixel 4 screen cover that would fit a phone with a hole-punch display. However, it’s not all good news.

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The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be very exciting phones. Two for sure , and potentially even three, which will run Android Q and likely debut While they vary a little on the Get rid of the weird glass-type back that ’s easy to scratch, redesign the camera array, and ditch that It looks like the .

The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be very exciting phones. Two for sure , and potentially even three, which will run Android Q and likely debut Google’s new gaming service. The back won’t look like our images above, as Google will likely offer dual rear cameras and redesign the overall style a bit.

It sure looks like the Pixel 4 is getting an exciting redesign © Provided by Penske Media Corporation google-pixel-4-renders

Not everyone likes Samsung’s Infinity-O screens, just as not everyone likes notches at the top of their phones. But there’s no denying that a hole-punch screen will make the Pixel 4 look a lot better than the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, which featured thick bezels around their screens.

Accessory vendor Skinomi posted this screen protector on its website, identifying it as a screen protector for the Pixel 4. For $8.95, you’ll get a two-pack of screen protectors that will be delivered on November 20th, according to the page:

The screen protector’s design suggests the phone will have a hole-punch camera on the right side, as well as top and bottom front-facing speakers. The speakers don’t cut into the phone’s display, however.

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It sure looks like the Pixel 4 is getting an exciting redesign Google Maps now shows speed limits and speed cameras in 40+ countries Google will Daehnert’s new Pixel 4 render is even further from being an accurate representation of the upcoming Pixel 4 , but we ’ re sharing it with you anyway.

The Pixel 4 is still several months away, but we already have reasons to be excited about Google’s next flagship phone series. Love it or hate it , it seems that Apple has some pretty big design changes coming with the iPhone 8. © Provided by CNBC LLC A render of the Pixel 4 published by

The front camera has two lenses, which is exactly what we’d expect from Google after the Pixel 3. Google’s decision to place two cameras on the front of the Pixel 3 and just one of the back was somewhat puzzling, considering what the competitors were doing. This year, however, Google is expected to embrace the multi-lens camera trend and put a dual-lens shooter on the back of the phone.

Now, if Skinomi’s screen protector design is accurate and the front camera is indeed placed in the top right corner, then the Pixel 4’s rear dual camera can’t remain in the same corner as it is on the Pixel 3. Some renders have envisioned it this way, but phones aren’t thick enough so that both the front and rear cameras can be placed on the same corner.

If this screen protector accurately represents the Pixel 4’s design, then the rear camera would have to be placed either centrally like Samsung did with its Galaxy S10 phones, or on the right side. That said, there’s no way to confirm Skinomi’s design, even though Google has a poor history of keeping unreleased Pixel phones a secret. There’s always a chance that the Skinomi design is wrong, and the Pixel 4’s hole-punch camera is placed in the center or the left corner.

A few weeks ago, we wondered whether Google had used a Pixel 4 prototype during a Google Assistant demonstration at I/O 2019. Google said those features would be available only later this year on the new Pixel hardware, so it must have used new equipment to showcase them — here’s how that device looked like:

Why did Google conceal the design of the device like that if it’s not the Pixel 4? Is that a dual-lens camera in the top left corner? We’ll have those answers soon enough since Google can’t keep anything about its Pixel phones a secret.

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This past weekend, notable tech leaker Ice Universe published images of phone screen protectors allegedly designed for Google's upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. 

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