By James Pero For Dailymail.com
Published: 22:58 BST, 12 June 2019 | Updated: 02:17 BST, 13 June 2019
Leaks of Google's new Pixel 4 phone continue to trickle in with the company unveiling the first images of its yet-to-be-released flagship smartphone.
Notably, the images appear to show a square module on the back of the phone that is rumored by PriceBaba to contain three rear-facing camera lenses.
The Pixel 4 will have a rear camera module that could hold three separate lenses, putting the device on par with renders of the unreleased iPhone 11.
'Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go!,' Google said in a tweet. 'Wait 'til you see what it can do.'
A recent video by the YouTube channel a device the user claimed to be a mock-up of the Pixel 4.
Leaked mock-ups initially sent out to case manufacturers seem to corroborate the module in the back of of the new Pixel 4 and also provide evidence that the phone may contain a small bezel on the display.
This bezel will likely be used to house advanced technology, including more front-facing cameras.
Many have predicted that Google's newest Pixel will rely on facial recognition software for unlocking the device, as well as added security.
As a result, the next-generation device will reportedly omit the rear-mounted fingerprint detector for locking and unlocking the phone - a feature that was included in the Pixel 3.
The newest image leaks provide little evidence of a rumor that circulated earlier this week about Google's inclusion of a new 'Project Soli' chip.