A lot of hype is going around Pixel 4 ever since Google inadvertently posted an official image of the device on Twitter. Although most of the die-hard Android fans who’d seen the leak would’ve gone berserk, it seems Google is blatantly following the iPhone 11 back design. A new real-life leaked image of the Pixel 4 reiterates the same rumoured iPhone 11 like back design with the squared camera bump.
An anonymous tipster shared a picture to 9to5Google which seems to be the Google Pixel 4 in action. As you can see in the above figure, the device flaunts a rear camera array and placement that’s identical to Google’s official design teased on Twitter earlier. While the legitimacy of the image is questionable, the source is quite sure of it being the real-life Pixel 4.
Obviously, the photo only shows the rear of the Pixel 4 that too only a portion, with the lower-left device highlighting the cameras. The device is protected with a case so as to avoid such leak images revealing the complete design, if in case. The tipster further shared that the device was spotted in London, unfortunately, no other images were able to be taken of the device. Moreover, the tipster revealed certain aspects of the front design as they did manage to get a quick peek at the front of the device. Their statement corroborates the previous rumours of Google retaining the large “forehead” were the dual camera is embedded on Pixel 4 too.
As you’ve got somewhat an idea of the Google Pixel 4 design. what do you think of it? Is Google hitting on its own leg with such design choices or will it help Google overcome the damage caused due to the sluggish sale of last year’s Pixel devices? Do let us know down in the comments.