A few months from now, Google’s Pixel 4 will arrive and many tech enthusiasts are looking forward to it. With that also came the questions: What specs and features will it carry? How much will it cost? Will it feature a new design or feature a similar one to the Pixel 3?
Well, gather around, Pixel fans. There’s a new leak of the Pixel 4. And no, it isn’t a case render or a screen protector. It is instead a real-life model.
The supposed leak for the Pixel 4 was featured at Slashleaks. According to the site, the images were taken from a leaked hands-on video featuring the Pixel 4.
As we can see from the images, the supposed Pixel 4 features a punch-hole display with a horizontal camera setup (which looks like it has two lenses but we’re not very sure because the images are blurry) positioned on the top right and a thin black strip at the bottom of the screen.
Regarding the punch-hole display, interestingly enough, there was a screen protector spotted last month which is presumably for the Pixel 4 sold by Skinomi and available for pre-order. It also featured a cut-out for a dual-lens punch-hole camera in the top right corner of the screen.
Continuing on with the new leak, for the back design, we can see that it features a dual-lens horizontal camera setup.
So Is The Leak Legit?
It’s hard to say. But based on its page at Slashleaks, it featured a trust score of only 19 percent. Moreover, the comments were mostly filled with people saying that it’s fake.
Whether this is really the Pixel 4 or not, we can only wait until more information is released or Google will release the Pixel 4 which is presumably either in October or November 2019.
What are your thoughts about the leak? Do you think it’s really the Pixel 4? Tell us in the comment section below.