Fresh Google Pixel 4 concept renders are proving popular online
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The product render released by Google earlier this week did not give too much information away about the Pixel 4, with only its rear side being revealed. Product designer Jonas Daehnert, who tweets as @PhoneDesigner, has taken it upon himself to give the world a better idea of what Google's upcoming flagship could look like.
Daehnert has been responsible for the popular Pixel 4 Panda and Stormtrooper concept renders, but these new renders are proving his most acclaimed yet. Fellow concept designer Ben Geskin has given his approval to the design, as have countless followers of Daehnert.
The image shows an idea of what the display could look like, which appears to be based on OnLeaks CAD schematic renders. The latter showed the Pixel 4 with an earpiece at the top of the display but no notch, so it follows that Google may return to a display with bezels to accommodate the earpiece, front-facing cameras and associated sensors.
The renders of the front and back of the device look gorgeous in our opinion, and we have grown to like the square camera hump. The Pixel 4 looks rather understated, while its bezels help distinguish it from other modern flagships. Let us know in the comments what you think of the latest concept render and whether you like of the Pixel 4's design.
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