Google’s Pixel is not exactly a best-selling smartphone, but it’s Google’s way of setting the benchmark of the Android flagship. Google Pixel devices also get custom features like bespoke launchers or custom image processors which are not seen in other devices.
Google Pixel 4, due launch in mid-October, will continue this trend. Apart from featuring a few software tweaks, it has also picked up Google’s custom Soli radar chip for gesture controls.
The new Pixel’s launch has been backed by a large number of leaks, with some teasers from the manufacturer itself.
Two weeks away from the launch, the smartphone’s first official-looking renders were tweeted by a famous leakster Evan Blass.
The renders don’t reveal any information about the hardware of the upcoming smartphone, however, it confirms previous leaks and rumors.
At the front, we see very thin side bezels but a thicker top bezel as it houses the selfie camera, earpiece, and the soli radar sensor.
The back reminds us of iPhone 11’s weird camera bump, Pixel 4 has a similar ‘island’ housing a dual-sensor camera with an LED flashlight. The rest of the back is plain with a ‘G’ logo at the bottom.
Just like last year, the wallpaper on the phone showcases the generation of the device with an artistic rendition of the number ‘4’ and the letter ‘P’.
A few hours after tweeting the render images for the ‘Just Black’ color, Evan Blass also leaked the “Clearly White” Pixel 4 XL. It’s exactly like the above-mentioned color variant, except for the orange power button and a pristine white glass panel which adds to the contrasting ‘panda’ aesthetic.