The official image reveals the previously leaked square camera cluster, something we see again in two images captured of the Google Pixel 4 in the wild. It is rather interesting for Google to go ahead and release an image months ahead of the official release. What we can see is a phone with a square-shaped camera module on the back, a lot like the one that was leaked.
KitGuru Says: The Pixel 4 is coming and it looks like Google will have it out just in time for its cloud gaming push in November. With almost all flagship phones now having edge-to-edge displays, it makes sense for Google to move the reader to the front and put it below the display. Hopefully, Google will post more teaser photos leading up to the launch. In short, this should mean Google's phenomenal imaging software will finally have hardware to match.
The image accompanying the tweet lines up with the renders we saw hours ago, but this seems to reveal more about the rear camera array.
The tweet from Google alluded to the fact that there was interest in the upcoming device and teased its potential.
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Instead of jumping straight to a triple-camera setup, Google is taking a smaller step by putting two cameras instead.
That said, while the Pixel 4 in Google's official pic is clad in black, I'd still expect some more unique colour options along the lines of the "Not Pink" shade introduced on the Pixel 3, and the Pixel 3a's "Purplish" hue. The camera arrangement is a similar design to what Apple may add to the next iPhone. All of the devices are rumored to come equipped with the company's high-end OLED displays.
Google is expected to fully detail and release the Pixel 4 in October. Now, it looks like the Pixel 4 is following the footsteps of Pixel 3.
It's unclear what the ultimate cost of the Pixel 4 will be, but prices are likely to be significantly higher than the Pixel 3.