Some New Google Pixel 4 leaked renders have surfaced. And the design is quite similar to the Pixel 4 XL renders, which we reported about earlier this month.

Google Pixel 4 leaked renders

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.

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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.

Google Pixel 4 official render
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.

Google Pixel 4 leaked renders

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?

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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.


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