Google's upcoming new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is the worst kept secret in all tech right now, because they're really not a secret at all anymore. When a set of Pixel 4 design files were stolen from the factory where Google's new Pixel phones will be manufactured, it shows that the phone's new design was posted online. Instead of just sitting idly while the new smartphone design is thrown around the internet like any other smartphone maker, Google decided to officially unveil the new design on the back of Pixel 4. You can see Google's official disclosure in the picture At the top of this post, it looks like we thought it would follow the early leak.
Of course, because Google posted a picture of the back of the upcoming Pixel 4, it doesn't mean that the backdrop just goes to pack it up and go home. There is still plenty of information that has not been confirmed and gadget fans will not be happy until everything is out in the open. We still have a long wait ahead of us before Google's new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL hit store shelves this fall, but the leaks will no doubt continue to flow between now and then. Case in point: A new set of Pixel 4 has been submitted by an industry site and they show the pure Android phone from a few angles than Google was willing to share with its official teaser.
If you missed last week's leak, let's resume it for a moment:
As you can see, these pixels 4 were probably made by a third-party accessory add-on with access to the same stolen design files used for Creating the first set of does what hits the internet. Aside from the creative colors and notches at the top of the screen in the first image (the actual phones will supposedly have normal screen effects as it is 2016), they are probably a good representation of what we can expect from Google's Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL later this year.
If you want a new look at Pixel 4 in a color that will actually see the light of day later this year, calm down because we got you covered. Twitter user @ xiaomishka has previously written accurate releases of unpublished smartphones, and he is back with a new look at Pixel 4.
Here is a closer view of this image:
It seems to be made by the same accessory maker that leaked they do so we last week, and they are beautiful as far as we expect from Google later this year. Both Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to be announced in early October with a release that follows within a few weeks.