The Google Pixel 4 box leaked: here’s what’s inside

The Google Pixel 4 is scheduled to be revealed during the next Made by Google event tomorrow, but we’ve already had plenty of leaks about it. In fact, the Google Pixel 4 box appears to have been leaked, so we know what all will probably come with the device.

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Images of Google Pixel 4 box leaked on Reddit

Images of the Google Pixel 4 box were shared on Imgur, posted on Reddit and picked up by 9to5Google. They could be legit because the box looks pretty similar to the retail box used for the Pixel 3a. The top of the box shows the back of the phone and the Google G logo at the top with the device’s name underneath.

 

The bottom of the box shows the phone placed face-down on a desk or other wooden surface. The hashtag “#teampixel” is on the back, along with Google’s name. The side of the box shows some of the device’s specs. It sports a 5.7-inch display and 64 GB of internal storage. The box also lists an 18W USB-C charger and Quick Switch Adapter as being included with the device. Interestingly, the Google Pixel 4 box seems to suggest that the device will not ship with headphones or an USB-C to 3.5mm connector.

What else we can learn from this leak

Aside from the Google Pixel 4 box itself, we can also learn some other things about the device. The pictures of the handset on the box do show the square-shaped bump containing the rear-facing camera lenses, which has long been expected. The camera housing is in the top-left corner of the rear.

The pictures also confirm one other thing about the Pixel 4, which is that the buttons will apparently be a different color than the rest of the device’s body. The color of the phone that’s pictured is given as “Just Black” on the side of the box, and in the pictures, the power button is white instead of black like the rest of the device.

To find out the rest of the Pixel 4’s features and specs that aren’t listed on the box, we’ll have to wait for tomorrow’s Made by Google event. It’s scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Eastern / 7 a.m. Pacific. Click here to watch the live stream of the event.



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