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Google Pixel 4 screen protector confirms hole-punch display

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We don’t know the exact date when Google will launch Pixel 4 & Pixel 4 XL, but if Google is going to stick to its schedule, then the launch would take place in October-November. The leaks have already started & so far, leaks hint at a bezel-less design with a hole-punch display on the front. Now, the Pixel 4 screen protector has once again confirmed that the phone has dual front cameras placed in the pill-shaped cutout on the top right, like the Samsung Galaxy S10+.

Google Pixel 4 Screen Protector

Google Pixel 4 Screen Protector

As the image above shows, Google Pixel 4 has dual front-firing speaker even though there is a bezel-less, notch-less design. Now, it cannot be said if the Pixel 4 is indeed going to look like this, but this does give us an idea of what we can expect with this year’s premium Pixel phones from Google.

This time, Google is expected to go for dual rear cameras for the first time in the last three years. From the first Pixel to the Pixel 3, Google always went for a single rear camera, but this time, it’s going to change. We have already seen how Pixel devices nail it with the single rear camera so it would be interesting to see what the company can do with dual cameras.

Again, consider this leak with a pinch of salt as there is no guarantee that the design is going to be like this.

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