After leaker @OnLeaks shared Google Pixel 4 renders earlier this week, Google has today published its own official renders of the upcoming smartphone, to get ahead of leaks.
Thank you all for your kind congratulations messages regarding today's unexpected and unprecedented #Pixel4 leak confirmation! Highly appreciated!… ? Stick around for what's coming next! Cheers!… ? pic.twitter.com/QUH4aTedEL
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) June 12, 2019
Check out the image shared by Google below, showing a rectangular design with the back showing a square camera bump, along with two camera lenses, flash and a sensor of some sort. The square bump on the back resembles what we’ve seen from previous alleged iPhone 11 leaks:
The @madebygoogle account tweeted earlier today, “Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do. #Pixel4”
A Google spokesperson told The Verge, “I wish I could share more, but can just confirm this is indeed Pixel 4, for now.”
The Pixel 4 will come with Google’s next-generation Assistant, which will be up to 10x faster than the existing voice assistant and also be able to control more aspects of your device, through speech, in a launch pegged for “later this year”.