Google’s October 4th event is right around the corner, but that hasn’t stopped Canadian carrier Bell from jumping the gun with an order form which shows off a brand new, high-quality render of the Google Pixel.

This new render doesn’t reveal too much new, but it does give confirmation of a few things, such as the phone’s sensor placement. This render also shows us where the buttons will be located, all on the right side just like the Nexus 6P.

Also shown in these new renders is another peek at the homescreen, further confirming the new Pixel Launcher and all-circular icons, both of which were previously leaked. We also get another look at the new navigation buttons.

As for the order form, it doesn’t reveal much, and also appears to be down at the time of this writing. A screenshot is available here. The only thing noteworthy about this page is the tagline, “Introducing Pixel, Phone by Google,” which further emphasizes the push Google is making on these self-branded products.

TELUS has also published images of the Pixel and Pixel XL early, also found below. These images don’t differ from those found from Bell, but it is worth noting that the “Google Pill” has a slightly different appearance in these shots.

As mentioned, October 4th is right around the corner and Google will be launching both the Pixel and Pixel XL at an event along with a plethora of other hardware and possibly software.



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