As we inch closer to early October and the Pixel 4's expected announcement, we're getting what may be our best look yet at Google's next flagship smartphone.
Two photos that appear to show the Pixel 4 have made their way online. The images were spotted "floating around on Telegram" by XDA-Developers' Mishaal Rahman, and they give us a clear look at the front and the back of the phone.
The top bezel seems to line up with the image that Google shared last month when it teased the Pixel 4's sensors, compete with the smaller pill-shaped speaker and single front camera. The bottom bezel is smaller than the one found on the Pixel 3, and we can also see Android 10's new bottom and corner gesture navigation indicators on-screen.
Around back is the same square camera housing that we've known about for a while now along with a couple of cameras that rumors have said are a 12MP main sensor and a 16MP telephoto cam. There's no fingerprint reader on the back of the phone, which adds support to our expectation that Google will include face unlocking with the Pixel 4. And on the side of the phone we can see a white power/lock button and a black volume rocker.
We'll have to wait until Google's Pixel 4 announcement, which is expected to happen in early October, before we know for sure what the Pixel 4 looks like. The device in these leaked images do line up with what we've seen and heard about the device so far, though. While the design isn't a huge change from the Pixel 4, there are big new features included in there, like the Motion Sense air gestures, face unlock, and the addition of a second rear camera.