Google’s has had a hard time keeping its Pixel phones a secret and this year’s Pixel 4 is no different. The Pixel 4 has been leaking left, right and center and now a new leak by serial tipster Evan Blass gives us its best look yet. A seemingly accurate press render shared by the tipster on Twtter shows off the alleged Pixel 4 from both the front and the back – and what we see here falls in line with every other leak and rumour we’ve heard about it. Sort of corroborating things further.
The render shows off the black variant of the alleged Pixel 4 from both the front and back. On the front the phone is seen with slim bezels on three sides and a sizeable forehead housing the selfie camera and quite possibly the Soli tech that is said to bring Motion Sense technology in the upcoming Pixel phones. On the rear the phone is seen with a squared-out camera array with two sensors and flash. A physical fingerprint scanner isn’t seen which means we’re either looking at an in-display solution or advanced face unlock.
Google will launch the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL phones on October 15 in New York City. The invite and the YouTube livestream (that’s already live with the countdown to D-day) tease “a few new things made by Google” and while the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will surely make an appearance, there could be more hardware announcements – possibly an updated second-generation Pixelbook laptop and new smart speakers to name a few.
The Pixel 4 will be the star of the show. Google has gone slightly off the script this year, confirming the Pixel 4 early (in June) possibly to outsmart the wave of leaks that the Pixel has now grown accustomed to. For the last couple of years, leaks have taken the better of the Pixel – leaving its official launch all but a formality for Google. The Pixel 4 leaks haven’t stopped coming though and the new one only adds to the list further.
(Image courtesy: Evan Blass)