Still interested in the Google Pixel 4?
Google has been forthcoming with information about the upcoming Pixel 4, but it is seemingly keeping a full look at the device under wraps until its full unveiling. If past Pixel events are anything to go by, then Google will launch the Pixel 4 series in October. We already know that the Pixel 4 and 4 XL will have an already meme-worthy :O rear-facing camera array, along with a Soli radar chip, and now pictures of an alleged Pixel 4 have appeared online.
According to Mishaal Rahman, Editor in Chief at XDA Developers, the photos that we have included below surfaced on Telegram, with them also being reposted to Slashleaks. No one has been able to verify their authenticity or the source that leaked them, but they fit with what we already know about the Pixel 4. Specifically, the device will have a thick top bezel to accommodate its array of sensors and that it will have three rear-facing cameras in a square housing.
The device has the same colour contrasting power button, as seen in Google's Soli radar announcement last month. The images also show that while the Pixel 4 has a thick top bezel, its other bezels are much narrower than its predecessors, especially the bottom bezel. Moreover, the rear-facing camera housing looks to protrude from the back glass by a few millimetres, so you can expect the Pixel 4 and 4 XL to wobble about on a flat surface. The photos do not show the bottom of the device, but they do show the Pixel 4 to have a brushed aluminium frame, which looks rather strange next to the glossy back glass.
As always, we would recommend taking leaked photos from unverified sources with a truckload of salt. Nothing looks overly outlandish here though, and it matches what we already know about the Pixel 4, with the device shaping up to be one of the more divisive flagships of 2019.