A few leaked renders of the Google Pixel 4 surfaced last week which prompted Google to end the speculation as it tweeted out a render of the device from its official account. The render confirmed some of the design changes that had been talked about. The Google Pixel 4 has now been spotted in the wild as fans of Google’s flagship series await its arrival.
The device seen in this image is quite similar to the one seen in the render that Google tweeted out. It has the same multi-camera setup at the back as the one seen in the render. Given the similarities, it can reasonably be assumed that what we’re seeing here really is the Pixel 4.
9to5Google, which received the image from a tipster, mentions that it was captured in London. The source claims to have taken a quick peek at the front of this phone and that it oes seem to retain the dual front facing camera from the 2018 model of the Pixel smartphone.
The device does appear to be in a case which would make sense since unannounced devices are often obscured in cases and covers so as to prevent the design from becoming public before an official announcement is made.
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