The Pixel 4's official launch may be "coming soon", but thanks to a new leak, we're getting another look at it today.
A new video that shows off the Pixel 4 hardware has appeared online. The brief video that was posted to Facebook shows a Pixel 4 booting up and gives us a look at the top bezel of Google's new phone, complete with front-facing camera, as well as the chin at the bottom of the screen.
The video also shows the back of the Pixel 4 and its dual rear camera setup, and on the bottom we can see a USB-C port and speaker grilles. On the side is a white power button and a volume rocker.
While the video is short, it does give us a good look at the hardware of the Pixel 4 that's expected to be announced in early October. The design itself may not be the most exciting thing ever, but we do know that Google is packing some new features into that body, including the first dual rear camera setup on a Pixel phone as well as face unlock and Motion Sense gestures that'll let you perform actions on your phone without touching it.
UPDATE: And now it looks like a white version of the Pixel 4 has leaked out, too. A GIF showing the front and back of the device has been spotted by XDA-Developers, showing off the dual rear camera setup and what looks like an orange power button on the side.