A new video has surfaced online which shows the Google Pixel 4 from all angles. The video was posted by a retailer in Malaysia on Facebook and since then has gone viral. It was first spotted by Slashleaks when they posted the same video on their website.
The video shows the Pixel 4 smartphone booting up with the usual Google logo on the screen and the person holding the phone moves the the phone in a 360 degree fashion to display the device from all sides.
On the front, the phone has very thin bezels on the top and bottom while on the back there is a square bump that houses the triple lens camera along with the flash. It seems like the speaker could be on the upper part of the phone housed with the sensors for Face unlock.
The smartphone really looks very solid in terms of design and much better than the previous Pixel models. The dual color tone on the back is also not visible on the Pixel 4 which has been a standard design thing for older Pixel phones. Instead, we see a complete glass back design with the Pixel logo at the bottom.
Google will be hosting an event on October 10th which is when we can expect the company to launch the new Pixel 4 series. It will be the first Pixel device to come with 90HZ display and will also feature a 16 MP telephoto rear camera lens for click sharp images with an infrared camera on the front for selfies.