• Another Week, Another Pixel 4 Leak



    Wonder if Google will confirm this like they did with the last leak...

    Steve Hemmerstoffer—aka @OnLeaks on Twitter—has once again teamed up with the Indian tech blog Pricebaba to show off a second batch of renders claimed to be this fall's Pixel 4, in this case the XL version.

    The last round of leaks were all about what's derisively being referred to as the stovetop rear camera assembly (also coming to this year's iPhones, by the way); this time around it's all about the bezels. Before 2017 and the iPhone X they would have been totally fine, but in this dawning age of under-screen selfie cams the fourth-gen Pixel XL is looking more than a bit dated.

    Pixel purists likely won't care, however, and if you count yourself among them then you'll want to check out that first link below.

    Source: Pricebaba via The Verge

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    Andrew Currie has been blogging about mobile phones since 2001, smartphones (depending on how you define them) since 2002 and smartwatches since 2014.
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    This article was originally published in forum thread: Definitely Maybe: An Early Look at the Pixel 4 started by acurrie View original post
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      organicelephant -
      Well, can't wait to see its release.
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