Google, the company that needs no introduction for itself and its products, is finally going to come up with the next range of smartphones in the Pixel lineup. A design render of the next upcoming Pixel smartphone, being called as the Pixel 4 was leaked online.
Google soon after the leak, also confirmed the design of the new Pixel 4 smartphone. The next generation of Pixel phone is expected to have a telephoto lens on the back of the phone. We can expect the device to feature a dual camera setup at the back as well.
XDA-Developers dug into the recently leaked new Google Camera app. The new updated Google Camera app has been reported to get a lot of new feature updates for the upcoming devices. Within the code, people at XDA-Developers, found a code-name “sabre” for the Google’s Super Res Zoom, which internally further had reference to word “telephoto”. They also uncovered a list of camera sensors that the Google Camera app can choose from. The exciting part of this list of sensors is that it included “FRONT_IR” and “REAR_TELEPHOTO”.
The phone will sport a dual camera setup with one regular lens and one telephoto lens. Also, it is being expected that the telephoto lens will come with a 16 MP sensor. For the front facing camera, there will be support for “Face Authentication” as recently seen in the Android Q Beta version.