These days, we hear something new about the Google Pixel 4 about once a week, whether it’s from a third-party leaker or from the company itself. Today, the latest Pixel 4 leak comes from Slashleaks in the form of a short hands-on video.
Okay, so if you’ve already seen the latest Pixel 4 leaks, this one won’t be all that surprising to you. If you’re a Pixel fan, though, it’s still nice to see the device caught in the wild.
Check it out below:
The 11-second video shows the device booting up just like a normal Pixel phone. We get a good shot of the front display, the big “forehead” which will house various sensors (including a “Motion Sense” sensor), and the subtle “chin” on the bottom. The right side of the phone houses the power button and volume keys. The edges look to be covered in a matte finish, which contrasts nicely with the smooth glass back. This is the Just Black Pixel 4 we’re seeing here, complete with the white power button. We also get a quick glimpse at the phone’s rear-camera setup and bottom edge, which houses the USB-C port and bottom-firing speakers.
That’s about all we’re able to glean from this video, but tell us your thoughts on the Pixel 4’s design in the comments below.
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September 5, 2019 at 05:25AM