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Google Pixel 4 screen protector reveals cutout for a mysterious sensor



The Google Pixel 4 & Pixel 4 XL launch somewhere in October-November & we already know how the phones look like, thanks to the CAD renders. Now, when we first got the CAD renders via OnLeaks, we got to know that there are some extra sensors on the right side of the earpiece, something that we didn’t get to see in the renders themselves.

Now, the images of the screen protectors for both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have surfaced online, revealing an oval-shaped cutout for some mysterious sensor. This once again hinted at the possibility of soli radar components in that portion of the top bezel.

We can see that the dual cameras & other sensors are placed on the left side of the earpiece so this oval-shaped cutout is there for a new sensor that Google will add for the first time on Pixel devices. FYI, Google announced Project Soli way back in 2015 & it includes controlling the device using the movement of the hand. Now, there are also rumors that Google is going to compete with Apple’s Face ID by implementing its own Face ID system on the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.

Well, whatever the case is, the upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are definitely going to be interesting. To recap what we know, there is a triple camera setup on the rear & there is a square camera module on the top left like upcoming iPhones. The display doesn’t have a notch this time but instead has a tiny bottom chin & a big top bezel. There are dual front cameras like last year.


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