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Here's a quick peek at Google Pixel 4 but wait, nothing looks surprising

16 June 2019 0

Google Pixel 4 isn’t a mystery anymore as the company itself has posted a picture of it, revealing what the latest design looks like. While there are followers who are welcoming this new aesthetic change, there are also the people who are criticizing it. The square module looks similar to what the new iPhone 2019 models are expected to feature as well. It should be noted that the design Google shared is exactly the same that the renowned tipster OnLeaks shared already.

We also saw some alleged live images of the Pixel 4 but they didn’t reveal much and we end up staring at them that could at least show something. Well, moving on looks like, we now have some more pictures of the same and this time, the leak is about the rear panel.

The alleged pictures are spotted by a tipster for 9to5Google. These spotted images look similar to what Google showcased us the other day. The images show the device with a rear camera array and the placement that’s identical to Google’s official design. So, there’s no harm in assuming these spotted images in the wild to be actually true.

The device appears to be the XL model given the size in the user’s hands. The phone is also encased and the case look to be a fabric design like Google has it for its existing Pixel lineup.

These images provide nothing new information and, in fact, any new image coming in the future may not surprise us, since the greatest design change has already been showcased by Google itself. But we would definitely wait for a full-fledged image to come up that could show us the device from every angle.

The Google Pixel 4 is available at Amazon for $ 549. To see others 10 offers click here.
(last update 20 March 2020 @ 09:08)



Here's a quick peek at Google Pixel 4 but wait, nothing looks surprising
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