Google Pixel 4 caught in the wild in pictures


After so many leaks about the rumored Google Pixel 4, Google itself shared the render with the public, thus confirming the design. However, recently, the device was captured in the wild!

The two photographs show someone using a Google Pixel 4 in nature. While the quality isn’t the best, it’s clear to see the resemblance between the smartphones in the photograph and the official render Google revolving around on Twitter.

The back of the gadget has a major square camera sensor center point, total with two camera sensors. You can also see a flash, and what is supposed to be a spectral sensor on the top. The device is also in one of Google’s fabric cases.

There’s very little we can gather from the given pictures. However, 9to5Google was informed a couple of several insights about the smartphone.

These images were taken in London. Likewise, the tipster that sent the photographs in additionally got a look at the front of the telephone. True to the rumors, the Pixel 4 is sure to have a bezel which housed two front camera sensors.

The device will likely to launch in October this year, till then we might see more leaks about the device. Like the last time, before Google launched the Pixel 3 and 3XL, everyone knew about the device from an unboxing video.

Hope that leakers do not ruin the efforts of Google this time!

Source: Android Authority

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