We've seen lots of Pixel 4 leaks lately that show us Google's upcoming phone from just about every angle, but today a new leak has shown us a new piece of info: the box that it'll come in.
Images of Google's Pixel 4 packaging have surfaced on Reddit. The box shows the backside of the Pixel 4 on the front as well as Google and Pixel 4 logos, and around back is another image of the Pixel 4 along with the #TeamPixel hashtag.
Another photo of the box confirms all the accessories that are included with the Pixel 4. Buyers will get the Pixel 4 itself as well as an 18W USB-C power adapter, a charging cable, and a Quick Switch Adapter. That suggests that Google won't be including headphones with the Pixel 4.
Finally, the box confirms a few of the Pixel 4's specs, like a 5.7-inch display and 64GB of built-in storage.
With all of the Pixel 4 leaks we've gotten lately, there's not much new info about the device for new leaks to reveal. Still, we won't turn down an early look at the Pixel 4's packaging ahead of its launch, especially since it confirms what will be included with every Pixel 4 purchase.