Back in the last month, we saw a couple of leaked images teasing Google’s Pixel 4 appearance. The handset will be revealed in October and just popped out in a couple of leaked live images. The leak reveals the front and the rear part of the handset.
Interesting enough, the new leaked photos align perfectly with the previous renders. It’s easy to sport the Sprint logo the top-left corner of the status bar. Apparently, the handset is being tested on the US-based carrier’s network. There is also an unusual wallpaper that is likely to debut with the handset. Moreover, the navigation bar and the Assistant handles confirm that the phone is running Android 10.
Apparently, Google will be ditching the characteristic dual-tone design with the Pixel 4. The back of the device is still made of glass though. It has a square-ish camera hole in the upper-left corner comprising a dual-camera setup and flash. According to rumors, the setup will be composed of a 12MP main camera coupled by a 16MP telephoto camera.
We can also spot the white-colored power key on the right side of the phone above the volume rocker. Last year’s Pixel smartphones appeared in numerous leaks that basically left nothing for the launch event. Apparently, this year, things won’t be too different.