After last year’s lengthy lineup of Pixel 3 leaks, Google determined to take issues into its own hands with this year’s 4th-iteration of the flagship cellphone line, officially revealing a teaser image of the Google Pixel 4 on its Twitter account last week.
That proactive stance would not appear to have performed a lot to stem the stream of leaks, nevertheless, with one other collection of alleged renders of the upcoming Google flagship popping up by way of leaking web site IndiaShopps.
The renders showcase what seems to be the smaller non-XL model of the Pixel 4 in three different colors, together with the black and white shades we’ve come to count on, and a 3rd ‘Mint Green’ option. That coloration was additionally rumored to be a risk for last year’s Pixel 3, however by no means truly eventuated.
Because the vary is thought for, the renders exhibit vibrantly contrasting energy buttons – white for the black model, blue for the white model, and a kind of poisonous yellow for the brand new mint green model.
If these renders are correct, they do appear to verify previous reports of a large top bezel on the handset’s face and a lack of fingerprint scanner on the again, suggesting both an in-show scanner or a shift to facial recognition by way of the front-facing twin cameras, akin to Apple’s Face ID.
Like any leak, there’s no guaranteeing its integrity, however contemplating how neatly it traces up with the earlier renders we’ve seen (together with Google’s tease of the sq. digital camera bump), this might effectively be the Pixel 4 we’re.
After all, it’s not too long now till we count on the tech giant to announce the phone in full, because the last three years have seen the latest flagship launch in the direction of the tip of October.