- Images leaked on Twitter appear to show the front face of Google’s upcoming flagship Android phone, the Pixel 4.
- The pictures, tweeted by a smartphone leak account called Ice Universe, show a large ‘forehead’ bezel running across the top of the device, in place of a notch.
- It builds on growing speculation that the phone would have a forehead to accommodate the phone’s cameras and sensors.
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What appears to be a leaked image of Google’s upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone shows an unusual trait – a large “forehead.”
The forehead is the top part of the bezel, the rim that runs around a phone’s screen.
Google was not immediately available for comment when contacted by Business Insider.
The oval opening of the Pixel 4 Series front panel means that the Google Pixel 4 Series will be groundbreaking and new and worth looking forward to. pic.twitter.com/9Pg9bGcWrs
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 20, 2019
Ice Universe’s picture shows an array of sensors and front-facing cameras. The Verge notes that some of those sensors could be for the phone’s reputed motion-sensing capabilities. The forehead bezel across the top represents a change from the Pixel 3XL’s notch, pictured below.
Details about the Pixel 4 started to leak in June, showing a large back-camera. Google’s response was to tease an image of the phone four months ahead of schedule.
Although Google hasn’t announced a launch or release date, it’s expected to unveil the phone in October, as with previous Pixel phones.
Theories about the phone’s chin have already been circulating, as Pricebaba released a render of the phone based on “leaked schematics” earlier this month, and the phone has reportedly been spotted in the wild.