15 October 2019
Update: October 3, 2019
Once again, Evan Blass put a new press render of the Pixel 4 XL but this time it's a new color - Oh So Orange. Take a look and tell us what new thing you just noted?
Update: October 2, 2019
The tipster has now also shared the press image of the Pixel 4 XL. The device is shown in white color.
Original Post (October 1, 2019)
Visible but non-existent Pixel 4 has once again surfaced, this time from the prolific tipster Evan Blass. The tipster has shared the press image of the Pixel 4 and it joins one of the clearest looks of the device we have seen so far. There are so many hands-on images and videos available already, but we'd also like to highly rely on the information that the famous tipster brings in.
The Black-colored Pixel 4 in the press image shows the square camera bump which many don’t like. The module houses two camera lenses and an LED flash as well. Also, as pretty visible, Google hasn’t added the two-tone design feature to the Pixel 4 lineup, something which has been a distinguished asset of Pixel phone since the launch.
On the front, the Pixel 4 has a top bezel that houses several sensors as revealed by Google itself. The top bezel holds Soli radar chip for gesture control and Face Unlock sensors as well apart from the speaker or front camera, of course.
The lock screen clearly shows the launch date of the Pixel 4 which is October 15. The “G” logo is positioned on the back and at the bottom of the device.
The tweet doesn’t include anything else but the truckloads of leaks have already much about the device, which includes Snapdragon 855 processor, 90Hz display, Motion Sense gestures, better Night Sight with Astrophotography mode.
The launch event of Google Pixel 4 isn’t far away from us where we will also see other hardware getting launched, including Pixelbook Go, Nest Mini, and more.
Are you excited? Sound off using the comments section below about the Pixel 4 and its features.