Google tweeted a photo showing the back side of Pixel 4. This comes after render of the pixel 4 was leaked showing a square camera bump. And this tweet by Google confirms it that the next Pixel will have a change in the design language of the phone.
The camera bump house two cameras as seen, and another sensor not sure what it is? The second camera could be a wide-angle camera or for portrait mode.
With that the phone in the picture is missing the dual tone back finish, which is like a tradition on the previous pixel smartphones. So with a change in the main camera module this change also adds up to the change in the design language of the next pixel phone.
Apart from that, we see what looks to be a white or grey power button and the company’s G logo. For the first time ever on a Pixel, there is no rear fingerprint scanner present on this device. This was also confirmed by Unbox Therapy in his video where he got hands on a mould for the pixel 4 cases.
“I wish I could share more, but can just confirm this is indeed Pixel 4, for now.”-A Google spokesperson told The Verge by email
The tweet also ends with a statement “Wait ‘til you see what it can do,”.
Previous pixel devices have also been leaked extensively weeks or a month before the launch of the device. Similarly, by this tweet, it seems that the company is trying to control the fictive talks on its next flagship.