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Someone got their hands on the Google Pixel 4 already

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The Google Pixel devices are usually made official in October-November, so we still have four months until the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are launched. Now, if you don’t know, Google has already revealed how the Pixel 4 looks like from the rear as the company tweeted the phone’s render showing a square camera module with two cameras in it.

Today, however, the first Google Pixel 4 hands-on image leaked that once again confirmed that square camera module. Also, it is interesting that there are four months to go for the launch, but someone already has the phone in hands.

Once again, we get to see the rear of the phone, so it’s still a mystery whether there is a hole-punch display on the front or a screen with a notch like last year’s Pixel 3 XL. The CAD renders do hint at a notch since there is an earpiece on the top bezel.

Anyways, as the image above shows, the camera module design is the same as what Google revealed, so there is no doubt that it is indeed the Google Pixel 4. The device was spotted in London, well that’s what the anonymous tipster told 9To5Google. The tipster further added that he was able to get a look of the front of the phone & the “forehead” seemed large & there are two front-facing cameras as well.

So, does this mean there is a notch? We hope it isn’t the same ugly notch as on Pixel 3 XL.

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