On 12 June, Google tweeted an image of its next flagship smartphone, even though the company wasn’t expected to announce the device until October. Keep in mind we8217;ve seen several leaks and renders of the Pixel 4 in recent weeks. So, Google appears to be one-upping all those leaks, by posting its own official image and telling fans to “wait ‘til you see what it can do8221;.
The official image shows what appears to be two rear cameras and a third sensor in a large camera bump on the phone’s rear. We also see a white or gray power button and the company’s G logo. And, of course, we can see the phone8217;s dark gray or black colourway. There is little else we can glean from the press render, so here8217;s to hoping Google continues to leak its own phone.
If you remember, by the time Google unveiled the Pixel 3 last year, it had already leaked out extensively, even showing up in hands-on videos and camera tests and a Lyft vehicle. There were literally no surprises left. Perhaps Google is just taking things into its own hands this year?