The rumoured Google Pixel 4 smartphone that has been a constant subject amongst rumour mills of late, has now again surfaced via rumours and this time it is about the dual rear camera that the device is speculated to offer. This, if official, could herald a diversion from the single main camera pattern that the current-gen Pixel smartphones have seemingly followed.
Now, a tipster going by the moniker SlashLeaks has shared a “leaked” image - which seems to be a sketch of the rear panel of the rumoured Pixel 4 smartphone; and going by this leaked sketch, the two rear cameras at the rear of the smartphone are visible. Also, these images do not show any ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the back of the smartphone.
At this juncture, it is worth noting that the Pixel range of smartphones (from Google) have always represented Stock Android experience for users. Hence it should now be worth waiting for the purported Pixel 4 to turn official.
With the Pixel 3 being an important smartphone at this point in time, it is certainly worth a world of good to once again take a look at the key technical specifications that the phone offers its users:
Also, your Google Pixel 3 smartphones are currently eligible for Android Q Developer Beta - in case you have registered as a developer with Google. If you think you possess a penchant for testing out Android Q beta, do check out the version from here. Do remember to enroll as a Google developer before beginning your trials on Android Q Beta. Apart from Pixel 3, the newest Android Q beta is also applicable to older devices viz Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 2, Pixel, and Pixel XL.