By | October 3, 2019
Google Pixel 4 Render Shows Off Complete Phone Ahead of Launch; Pixel Launcher, Themes Apps Now Available for Download

Photo Credit: Twitter/ Evan Blass

Pixel 4 leaked render shows a new wallpaper highlighting “P” and “4” characters with an abstract design

  • Pixel 4 render suggests a thick top bezel with Soli radar chip
  • Google is likely to start selling Pixel 4 sometime after October 18
  • The phone would come preloaded with Pixel Launcher 10

  • Google Pixel 4

  • Google Pixel 4 XL

Google Pixel 4, the next-generation flagship by the search giant, has been leaked in detail through a render. The official-looking render shows the Pixel 4 from its front and back. The new Pixel phone is expected to come in multiple colour options. It is also likely to include an all-new camera setup at the back to take on the likes of the iPhone 11 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. Alongside the Pixel 4 render, the APK files of the Pixel Launcher 10 and Pixel Themes 10 have surfaced on the Web. Both apps are speculated to come pre-installed on the Pixel 4.

The leaked render, courtesy prolific tipster Evan Blass, purportedly shows off the Google Pixel 4 from its front and back. The phone appears with a wallpaper that highlights the characters “P” and “4” along with an abstract design. Further, it is likely to have the “Just Black” colour.

Apart from the major highlights, the Pixel 4 render showcases a thick top bezel that could have the room for the Soli radar chip to enable Face Unlock and Motion Sense gestures. Google notably confirmed the presence of the Soli chip on its next-generation Pixel handset in the recent past. Further, the bottom and side bezels of the Pixel 4 appear to have a thin design over what we’ve seen on the existing Pixel phones.

The back of the phone available in the render looks identical to what Google released earlier this year. There is a square camera module that likely to include three image sensors along with an LED flash module. Furthermore, there is Google’s branding with the iconic “G” logo.