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Google confirmed the Pixel 4 appearance
« on: June 14, 2019, 06:13:56 AM »


In a very unexpected and rather shocking turn of events, Google has embraced its reputation for premature leaks and officially confirmed the design of the upcoming Pixel 4 series.
The square camera module on the rear is official!

Taking to Twitter recently through the official Made by Google account, the company recognised the recent "interest" surrounding its upcoming flagships due to the latest leaks. But rather than ignoring them as most company's usually do, the internet giant ended all speculation immediately by publishing a render that depicts the design of its upcoming flagships.


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Corroborating the most recent information, the image published by Google today confirms that both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will sport a rather large, square-shaped camera module on the rear that sits in the top-left corner. As expected, there are a total of three sensors paired with an LED flash that are collectively positioned in a diamond-like layout within the bump.

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 Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait 'til you see what it can do. #Pixel4 pic.twitter.com/RnpTNZXEI1

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Google didn't confirm the exact camera specifications and instead suggested fans should wait until they "see what it can do." Nevertheless, a major leak recently revealed Google was planning a primary camera accompanied by a secondary snapper that'll presumably boast either a telephoto or super-wide-angle lens. Accompanying both of these should then be a new 'spectral sensor,' something that has never been used on a smartphone before.

The exact benefits of this sensor currently remain a bit of a mystery, but it's possible that it'll improve portrait images. After all, these sensors can usually measure the distance of objects for each individual pixel and also differentiate materials, something that could result in a more natural background blur. As an added bonus, spectral sensors typically capture information that isn't available with RGB sensors such as x-rays, ultraviolet, and infrared. This should mean that Google's camera software will be able to recreate colors in Night Sight shots more accurately.


 

 

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