Google Pixel 4 leaked in live photos – looks good
Google Pixel 4 is likely going official in October this year. Now, we are supposedly looking at live images of the Pixel 4 which reveal the design of its front and back. As you can see, the Sprint logo is in the top-left corner of the screen. This suggests that the phone’s being tested on the US-based carrier’s network.
The navigation bar and the Assistant handles confirm that the phone’s running on the new Android 10. Also, it seems that Google has moved away from the two-tone design we saw on Pixel 4. The back panel is still made of glass though. It has a square camera bump in the upper-left corner where a dual-camera setup and flash are placed.
Some rumors suggest that the phone will have a combination of 12MP main and 16MP telephoto units.
Another thing that we can see on the images is the white-colored power key. It is located on the right side of the phone above the volume rocker and looks really nice.
We will probably hear more about the 2019 Pixels in the coming weeks.