The photos don't reveal anything really new, notes The Verge, who publishes the photos, but they give us another look, and Jacob Kastrenakes of The Verge brings out some interesting highlights.
The pictures suggest that "the main rear camera will get a slightly faster aperture, moving to f / 1.73 on the Pixel 4 from the f / 1.8 on the Pixel 3," he says. They also hint that the phone "I will shoot a default 16: 9 so that the photos can occupy the full screen of the camera even though the sensor remains 4: 3."
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
"The Pixel 4 and 4 XL are expected to launch in October. They are important Google devices. They will serve as the company's best location for its mobile OS – the most the popular OS in the world – and phones need to stand out not only from Apple's iPhones, but from other Android competitors like Samsung.
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