A Pixel 4 real life photo has been leaked. The photo was taken on a plane and the report claims that the Pixel 4 user is a Google employee.
Is this the real deal? It could be. The only thing that is surprising is the size of the chin, because the device in the photo doesn’t seem to have one.
Earlier Pixel 4 leaks are in contrast to this, and showed off a large chin. So, we can’t really tell which one is real. Going by The Teen Tech’s words, the Pixel 4 has an Orange power button, not the first Pixel phone to have one. The device has a Black and White “Panda” back panel, just like previous devices. A front camera and an earpiece are visible in the picture.
Now, Google hasn’t been shy to talk about its upcoming phones. The company first showed off the square camera bump design on the Pixel 4 back panel. It has 5 sensors; a microphone, an LED Flash, a Spectral sensor and 2 camera lenses.
A few weeks earlier, Google released a render of the Pixel 4 sensors on the front panel, which confirmed that it feature the Project Soli radar, for motion gestures. It has 2 front cameras for IR based face unlock, 1 selfie camera and a couple of other sensors to assist the Infra-red cameras.
The front camera and earpiece placement in the Pixel 4 real life photo seems to be similar to the official render.
Google may announce the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL sometime between October-November, per the company’s tradition.