The Google Pixel 4 series is being unpacked quite quickly, thanks to daily leaks from all over the world.
New Images on Chinese Social Media Platform Weibo (via Ben Geskin on Twitter) shows a visible pixel 4 in an orange avatar next to the previously seen black and white colors.
Google Pixel 4 in Black, White and Orange
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– Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin ) September 7, 2019
One of the leaked images shows the device in black, white and the new color orange. The Weibo Tipper calls the new color "Coral", which coincides with earlier rumors about Pixel 4.
We see the new color resembles a peach-like orange, which can also be found in existing Google products like the Home Mini Smart Speaker. The final hue may be slightly different due to the lighting conditions under which these images were taken.
The power button on the right edge is highlighted by a lighter orange tone. Meanwhile, the square camera flatness in black stands out from the coral. It is worth noting that "Coral" is also a well-known code name for the Pixel 4, which gives the leak more credibility.
This time, Google seems to pick up the dual-tone feature of Pixel 3 for the new phones. The previously printed colors black and white also show no signs of a two-tone design.
Another image of the alleged Coral Pixel 4 (leaked from the same Weibo source) shows the entire back of the phone with an orange Google logo below. A separate image apparently also shows the front of the device in black.
Google publishes the Pixel phones traditionally in three colors. The Pixel 3 was introduced in Just Black, Clearly White and Not Pink, while the latest Pixel 3a series added a new purple hue to the standard white and black options.
We're not sure Google will do this Call this new color simple Coral, but it's probably going to go in the same direction as in the past. "Orange-y" or "Coral-ish" maybe?
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