Yesterday, Google confirmed the Pixel 4 was coming— months in advance of its October release date. The news was shared on its Made By Google Twitter account with an image, much to the surprise of many because dropping such info this early is unusual. However, it seems the tech giant didn’t have much of a choice.
After dozens of leaks, Made by Google tweeted the first picture confirming the phone’s existence. It is believed the upcoming Pixel 4 will have two speaker grills on either side of the USB-C port and volume and power controls on the right. The Pixel 4 is also rumored to run Android Q.
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