It may seem that with all of the Pixel 4 leaks we've gotten lately, there may not be anything else to leak. But the Pixel 4 leaks just keep on coming.
First up, official renders of the "Oh So Orange" version of the Pixel 4 has surfaced. The images shared by Evan Blass confirm what we've seen in leaked hands-on videos and Google's own advertising, which is that this model will have an orange backside that's not blindingly bright, but still definitely orange.
A separate leak has spilled all of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL's specs. We've gotten a few of these details from the various other leaks that've come out in recent months, but thanks to 9to5Google, every tidbit has now come out. There's even a reference to a feature we've never heard of, the "Pixel Neural Core", which is included in the processor section and could be used to help process images.
Here are the specs for the two phones:
Pixel 4 XL
The contents of the Pixel 4 packaging have leaked out, too, and it's been confirmed that you'll get an 18W power adapter, a 1m USB-C to USB-C cable, and a Quick Switch Adapter in the box. What you won't get, though, are USB-C earbuds or a USB-C to 3.5mm headphone adapter.
Finally, another leak has revealed another Pixel 4 camera feature. Called "Dual Exposure Camera Controls", a report from 9to5Google reveals that you'll be able to "manipulate the highlights and shadows" as you're taking the photo. A demo video shows that you can use one slider to darken the basic lighting of your shot, while another slider will let you adjust the shadows. You can then snap your shot.
There are still a couple of Pixel 4 details that we don't yet have, like the day that it'll go on sale and it's U.S. pricing. That info will be officially announced on October 15, but considering how the Pixel 4 has been leaking, maybe it'll come out sooner.