New leaked photos show Google’s Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL from every angle
Just yesterday, BGR exclusively revealed several key specs for Google’s upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL flagship phones. While much is still unknown — or at least unconfirmed — the specs our inside sources were able to reveal prove that Google’s next-generation flagship phones will indeed be the company’s fastest and most powerful phones yet. Beyond precise display resolutions, we revealed that the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have more RAM than Google has even put in a smartphone before, and there will be plenty of storage as well. What our sources didn’t discuss, however, was Google’s new flagship phone design.
In a bizarre move just over a month ago, Google itself confirmed the design of the back of the Pixel 4 by posting an image of the phone on Twitter. That’s right, Google shared an official image of a smartphone in June that won’t actually be released until October. Leaked renders based on stolen design files had hit the internet a couple of weeks earlier, and Google for some reason felt the need to confirm that the leaked design was accurate. At the time, we posited that since no one is buying the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL anyway, perhaps there was no harm in confirming that a much better Pixel phone is on the way.