Google released a few renderings of Pixel 4, but not everyone likes its design. But today, we have seen pictures leaked from third parties, changing some of our stereotypes about smartphones in Google’s new period. The front and back design and color tones of the new images are all more attractive to us. It’s unclear whether these images are from Google’s official, but they are clearly in line with the news earlier this month.
This batch of images seems to come from the Indian website (via SlashGear)
The picture shows three combinations of colors, black, white and mint green. Interestingly, although the volume adjustment and power button are on the right side, Google has succinctly assigned a different color to the power button then the body.
The mint green body has a bright yellow power button embellishment, the black version is a white power button, and the white version is a blue power button. This color contrast is quite interesting.
In fact, before the Pixel 4 exposure, foreign media has been a bit embarrassed about the legendary iPhone11’s rear square camera module. However, from the perspective of Google’s design, the real machine can still be more harmonious.
Even with a square border, the arrangement of the camera sensor and LED flash is not messy. If you look closely, you will find that the lens module is quite symmetrical.