Something weird has happened today. We don’t often get to see companies sharing details of their products well before the launch event. This is exactly what has happened today. Google took a completely different approach in order to create a hype about their upcoming Pixel smartphones; it’s shared the official image of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones.
As you can see in the above image, there’s nothing that we don’t know. This Pixel 4 render looks exactly the same as the one that got leaked a few days back. It has the exact same huge camera bump, the space of which is to accommodate three cameras and one LED flash, on the back. The fingerprint sensor is nowhere to be found, hinting at the presence of an in display fingerprint reader.
Interestingly enough, Google didn’t reveal the front part of the smartphone. But thanks to Slashleaks, we do have images of the front side of the smartphone. Again, there is nothing new. If you can remember, the complete first look of the Pixel 4 XL was leaked by Onleaks a few days back. If we talk about the look of the smartphone, the leak gave us all the details in detail. And if we compare the render shared by Slashleaks with that of the Onleaks, you don’t get to see a lot of difference.
As you can see, they will have the thick bezel at the top and a comparatively thin one at the bottom. Otherwise, you’ll find G written at the back side of the smartphone, as you’d expect on a Pixel smartphone.
Do you like the upcoming Pixel 4 duo? On a scale of one to ten, how well do you think Google managed to build its Pixel 4 and Pixel XL smartphones?