Alleged Google Pixel 4 Photos Show The Front And Back

Alleged Google Pixel 4 Photos Show The Front And Back
Image source: Mishaal Rahman/Twitter

The Google Pixel 4 line-up is expected to be released in the fall, so leaks and rumors about the two devices are really starting to pick up. Now a pair of alleged Google Pixel 4 photos is going around, but it’s anyone’s guess if they are genuine.

Are these really Google Pixel 4 photos?

XDA Developers Editor-in-Chief Mishaal Rahman tweeted about the photos, which originally surfaced on Telegram:

The images are somewhat believable. They show most of the front and a large portion of the back. 9to5 Google suggests that the photos are probably of the smaller Pixel 4 rather than the XL version. The device in the alleged Google Pixel 4 photos appears to have a 5.7-inch display with a thin bezel along the bottom. The speaker grill is narrower but a bit taller than the one on the Pixel 3.

The alleged Google Pixel 4 photos also show a single-lens selfie camera and a light next to it. The Pixel 4 line-up is rumored to have a Soli radar chip, although it’s hard to see in the images, as is the IR camera for the facial recognition feature.

Google Pixel 4 Photos
Image source: Mishaal Rahman/Twitter

Signs the photos could be real

The device in the images is running Android 10, so that’s a good sign that the pictures might be real. It’s possible that the black background on the display is a live wallpaper. It’s also interesting that it’s a dark background, given all the attention dark modes have been given across the tech space lately.

The other photo shows the square-shaped camera module on the back, which is in line with the teaser image Google itself posted a couple months ago. The device is expected to sport a 12-megapixel lens with phase-detect auto-focus and a 16-megapixel telephoto lens.

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