Most recent Pixel 4 leak shows off another coral shading

Yolanda Curtis
September 10, 2019

This time, Google may be launch four versions of its Pixel 4 string.

A recent report claims that a source says that Google could be introducing a new feature to Google Assistant for the Pixel 4. Google's Pixel 4, which will likewise have another face open and motion acknowledgment highlights, is relied upon to dispatch in the not so distant future. While talking about improved Night Sight, the commercial says "You even get the stars", before showing the phone snap a photo of the sky at night. Sounds interesting, but the ad doesn't give any detail on how these features will work.

Judging by these snippets, it seems that Google will once again capitalize on the aspect that has easily endeared the Pixel line to Android users.


The images show both a light and a dark themed wallpaper along with the usual thick side bezels that we see on all Pixel devices for some reason.

Moreover, xda-developers' Mishaal Rahman noted that the new leak makes sense given the Pixel 4's rumored codenames - that's "coral" for the Pixel 4, and "flame" for the Pixel 4 XL.

Being placed on hold while waiting to speak to someone is one of the most annoying things about phone calls and Google is aiming to fix that.


And now as the official unveiling draws near a flurry of leaks about the device have emerged.

You'll also be able to adjust the "style" by changing the accent color, icon shape, and font that is used system-wide.

All three features are marked in code as "experimental2019", which further indicates that these new features will be exclusive to the Pixel 4 before potentially being ported over to existing Pixel phones sometime in the future.


Google is likely to announce the Pixel 4 series sometime next month. Google is also expected to launch a "DSLR-like attachment for the Pixel that may become an available accessory". It features a white rear panel, a black frame, a black front panel, and an orange power button.

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