Evan Blass leaks official Pixel 4 renders and marketing shots
The Pixel 4 has already been leaked extensively and for many months ahead of its official unveiling next week. That hasn’t stopped the fresh leaks from coming right up until its launch seemingly. This time around, well-known leaker Evan Blass has leaked several fresh Pixel 4 renders and marketing shots of the heralded device.
The new photos don’t reveal a lot that we haven’t seen before, however we not have our first look at some new Pixel 4 wallpaper and the updated camera app UI. Other than that, one of the shots shows a user apparently skipping audio tracks with an air gesture thanks to its Soli radar chip rather than having to point directly and touch the software-based skip button. Admittedly, the touch target is relatively small and the gesture does seem like it might be simpler to execute.
The Pixel 4 and its larger, virtually identical Pixel 4 XL sibling will be officially launched on Tuesday 15 October, as you can see in the shot of the Pixel 4 homescreen. What will be of particular interest is whether Google can one-up the cameras on the new iPhone 11 Pro. Even though it only has two lenses versus the iPhone’s three, Google has had a full year lead on Apple when it comes to the implementation of computational photography techniques and is expected to have made continued gains.