With less than two weeks to go until Google unveils its Pixel 4 lineup, the rumor mill has spun so much that there is basically nothing noteworthy left to know. We’ve seen all the key specs, design, camera and software capabilities of the new phones so all that’s left is for Google to release them at its event on October 15.
A new render of the black and white “Panda” model popped up and gives us a clear look at the device from the front and back. As with past Panda colored Pixels, we have a white back with a black contrasting camera cutout but this year we also get a black side frame. The power button has an orange accent helping it stand out.
In related news, it seems that AT&T will finally offer the Pixel lineup in its portfolio. The news comes from a leaked company email which is recruiting store employees to test the Pixel 4. So far Pixel phones were only available on T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint but now with the largest US carrier joining in, Google can finally expand its reach to more customers.