Pixel 4 Appears in a New Leaked Render Revealing Complete Design

Pixel 4 render

Scheduled for release on October 15, Pixel 4 has become the target of a new leak. This time, trusted Evan Blass posted on Twitter what is being considered an official render of the device. This is because the image is in high quality and it seems that it will be used in the promotional material of the phone.

Starting at the front, Pixel 4 should be made official with narrow side edges, but it should not happen at the top. Google should use the top edge to accommodate the selfie camera, call speaker, and other hardware needed for Motion Sense technology. See above that the screen displays the wallpaper with the letter “P” and the number “4” in five colors.

Now looking at the back we have no big surprises. This is because Google itself has already confirmed that Pixel 4 comes out of the box with its two cameras housed inside a square module in the upper corner.

Another point we can highlight is the presence of the Google logo, but without any fingerprint reader on the back. This indicates that the fingerprint sensor will probably be allocated below the OLED display. Finally, the render shows that the volume and power buttons are on the right side.

Remember that Google should announce the new Pixel 4 and 4 XL in the coming weeks. Anyway, based on leaks, we already know that these will be the most customizable Android devices of the brand.


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