Google Pixel 4’s original picture leaked
Google recently released the official photos of Google Pixel 4, which shows a glimpse of the new rear camera setup. Recently, the real picture of Google Pixel 4 has been leaked, in which the rear portion of the new pixel phone has been shown. In the leaked photo, the front camera is showing a square camera, which has a dual camera. Google Pixel 4’s leaked original picture there’s a case on the phone. The Pixel 4 smartphone is unlikely to launch before October. In this way, many leaks related to the smartphone can be seen until the official launch.
The new alleged photo of Google Pixel 4 is shared by 9to5Google. There is also a back panel of Google pixels 4 in the picture in which the square camera module is visible. There was a signal from a picture that Secondary, Nice-Casual microphone can get a place in the top of the Pixel phone.
However, there is no clear information about the camera setup from the picture. By looking at the phone’s size seen in the picture, it seems that this phone can be Pixel 4XL instead of Pixel 4. The picture shows that the fabric case is on the phone. The point is to note that the official Fabric phone case of Pixel 2, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a smartphones are already available.
It has been shown in the report that the handsets shown in leaked photographs were spotted in London. This is not the first time Google’s next-generation flagship smartphone has been spotted before launch. Google has made major changes to its upcoming pixel 4 this time and Google recently shared the first official picture.
Google launches its new Pixel phone in October-November, hoping that other leaks related to Google Pixel 4 may also come in the future.
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