Both sets of renders are from OnLeaks, though this time it comes via iGeeksBlog.
The Pixel 4 leaked photos shows that the phone has a giant forehead, which is home to 2 cameras. According to the report, one of these lenses is supposedly a Face Unlock camera. An ear-piece is also visible, in the center of the forehead.
But the right side has no visible components, but rumours say that Google may be implementing Project Soli, a radar to detect motion gestures. It could be placed inside the forehead bezel.
The device appears to be equipped with an 18:9 aspect ratio display, which is about 5.6-inches in size. The chin is slightly smaller, but the bezels aren’t exactly slim.
The phone measures about 147.0 x 68.9 x 8.2 mm. Moving to the back panel of the phone, the Pixel 4 leaked pictures confirm that the device has 3 lenses. One of these is a ToF sensor, while another is said to be a spectral sensor.
The cameras are placed in a square bump along with an LED Flash. The back panel looks exactly like what we saw in the official Google Pixel 4 teaser. Here’s our re-stitched version of the same.
The Google Pixel 4 leaked renders also confirm that the device does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack. We can see the phone has two bottom-firing speakers on either side of a USB Type-C connector. The device has the volume keys and an accented Power button on the right frame.
There is no two-tone finish for the back panel on the Pixel 4. The device is seen in, shall we call it, Just Black and Clearly White?
Google is expected to announce the Pixel 4 on stage with Android Q sometime in October. We can safely assume that we can expect more leaks to happen before the launch event.