A couple of Pixel 4 real life photos have been leaked online. And they give us the first good look at the bezels on the device.
There is nothing surprising about the design of the phone, considering that Google released an official Pixel 4 press render to show off the back panel, and explained about the front panel‘s forehead.
Analysis of the Google Pixel 4 real life photos
It’s huge because it houses the earpiece, a selfie camera, IR face unlock sensors and a Project Soli radar. The chin is also quite noticeable for a 2019 phone in contrast to the previous leak. The back-plate of the Pixel 4 is made of glass, has 3 rear cameras and an LED Flash placed in a square bump. It’s also a single colour (black), instead of the two-tone colours we have seen in previous generation devices.
Now to the on-screen contents of the phone, we can see the phone hasn’t been completely set-up. That could be the reason why there is a lock icon on the screen, the face-unlock may not have been set-up yet. We don’t see a fingerprint scanner on the back or the front, and unless that white coloured power button has an embedded sensor, the Pixel 4 will not have one.
According to XDA, the Sprint logo on the status bar is a hint that these Pixel 4 real life photos were leaked by one of the service provider’s employees. The phone has an unseen wallpaper in the background.
Rumours on the internet say that Android 10 will be launched on September 3rd. Will the Pixel 4 debut on the same stage? That’s a question only time can answer.