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Google Pixel 4 Reported To Come With Button-less design and Punch-hole camera setup

After the launch of the mid-range Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, the leaks around Google’s expected flagship Google Pixel 4 have come to the center. Although there have been leaks for weeks, it is the first time that we have heard that Google may receive a Button-less Pixel 4.

According to Front Page Tech, the upcoming Pixel 4 would have no physical buttons and you will see a perforated glass display instead of an ugly notch design. According to the YouTube channel, Google is looking for physical volume toggle and on/off buttons to record capacitive touch keys.

Even the popular tipster placed recently alleged patent images of Google Pixel 4 with a perforated glass display with dual front cameras and dual stereo speakers. Moreover, there was no opening of a fingerprint reader on the back, which makes us believe that there is a fingerprint sensor in the display. At the front of the phone, it came out with ultra-thin edges around the screen. The two front speakers were seen on the top and bottom of the ring, although the leak had no information about the specifications.

The Pixel 4 was spotted with the code name ‘Coral’ while the larger Pixel 4 XL was mentioned as ‘Flame’. That said, there was another device with the code name ‘Needlefish’, but no details of that device are available yet. This third mysterious device could be the one without buttons, but so far these are still speculations.

The previous list of alleged Google Pixel 4 at Geekbench indicated that the device could be built around the Snapdragon 855 chipset from Qualcomm, Qualcomm’s leading processor. It is also said that it comes with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage option.

Google recently presented the next-generation Google Assistant at its annual developer conference, Google I / O of 2020. As part of the showcase, the company revealed a breakthrough in speech detection and recognition, and so far Google believed this next-generation Google Assistant for Pixel 4 devices.