After appearing in hands-on videos a few weeks ago, the Pixel 4 has now shown itself in another kind of leak.
Official-looking renders of the Pixel 4 have made their way online. Shared by Evan Blass, they give us a clear look at the black version of Google’s upcoming phone. The top bezel is home to a selfie camera and various sensors for Soli gestures, and there’s a visible bottom bezel, too. Around back is the square camera housing with dual rear cameras and a Google logo.
The wallpaper on this Pixel 4 is a stylized “P4”, and the date listed is October 15, which also happens to be the day that Google is hosting an event.
T-Mobile launched the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3 earlier this year, so we could see the Pixel 4 officially released by T-Mo after it’s revealed at that upcoming Google event. The good news is that that event is just two weeks away, so it won’t be long before all is revealed.
UPDATE: Blass has also posted renders that show the Pixel 4 XL in white, which you can see below.
Source: Evan Blass