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Google Pixel 4 on Sprint shows up in hands-on images

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Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are set to launch sometime in October & we already know a lot about the phones, both from the outside sources as well as from the company. We know how the phones look like, what the main highlights are (like Soli Radar Chip, 90Hz Refresh rate, etc.) and more. Today, a couple of hands-on images of what looks like Google Pixel on Sprint have leaked.

As we can see, the hands-on images show the same design that we have seen in all the official renders as well as the CAD renders. So, there is no notch or cutout on the front like Pixel 3 XL, but there is a top bezel bigger than the bottom bezel since it houses all the Face Unlock sensors & the Soli Radar Chip.

It looks like there isn’t a secondary speaker on the bottom bezel so the Google Pixel 4 will most likely have an iPhone-like stereo setup with a speaker in the earpiece while the other on the bottom.

On the rear, the phone has a smooth glass back & there is no dual-tone design like the previous Pixel phones. Moreover, it seems like there is no smooth texture on the back like the previous Pixels. There is a triple camera setup on the rear & as we already know, there is a secondary telephoto camera instead of a wide-angle camera. Also, it seems like there is a single front camera, which might be a disappointment.

Finally, we can notice that Gesture Bar on the bottom that suggests Android 10 running out of the box, which is not new since Pixel phones launch with the latest version of Android.

Google Pixel 4 CAD Render

Google Pixel 4 CAD Render

Well, while there is no confirmation on whether these images are legit, they do confirm the design revealed in previous leaks. What do you think of this design for the Google Pixel 4 & Pixel 4 XL? Do let us know via the comments section below.

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