The latest and greatest Google devices are rumored for a fall 2019 launch, but that doesn’t mean we don’t already have some solid information about the upcoming Pixel 4 and 4 XL.
[Update: Confirmed fake] This Google Pixel 4 front ‘leak’ is just a decent photoshop job
We’ve seen renders and more renders of the Pixel 4, and we’ve also gotten to feast our eyes on real-life images of the back. Now, one person is claiming to have the first real-life image of the front of the Google Pixel 4. The only problem is that it’s not real.
In traditional Google fashion, we’re learning a lot about the Pixel 4 in the lead up to its official reveal. Today, two huge leaks of the Pixel 4 have shown off the smaller phone in detail, as well as screen protectors which show a huge cutout that might be for Project Soli sensors.
In this week’s top stories: the Google Pixel 4 is the center of attention with unofficial renders, an official Google render, rumors of Project Soli support, and pictures of the actual phone in the wild.
Let the games begin. Notorious leakster Onleaks is back at it again, sharing our very first early look at the Google Pixel 4 in new renders (via Pricebaba). As you can see in the images above and below, based on “early prototyping schematics,” the Google Pixel 4 will seemingly sport a glass back, a huge camera bump, and perhaps yet another notch.