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Pixel 4 leak: 3 reasons Google did this



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The Pixel 4 – really!


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The existence of the Pixel 4 is several months ahead of its anticipated release in October. The tech giant has not only posted the news on its own Twitter account, but it also included an image of the phone, which depicts a square camera bump with multiple rear cameras. Judging by the reactions from the tweet, many were taken aback by the information ̵

1; not due to the phone itself, but because Google decided to unveil the news at all

It dropped an upcoming device's name and an official image this early is unusual. Despite the many rumors, rendered images and leaked specs, companies such as Apple, Samsung and Google generally like to keep their mum to their product announcements until they hold official events like Apple's developers conference and September iPhone event, Samsung Unpacked and Google I / O, where Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL . Google refused to request a comment, but we have a few guesses why Google made such a bizarre move

Reason 1: It can claim that it did not copy the iPhone 11

The most popular theory is that Google wanted to get ahead of any accusations that copied Apple and its next iPhone. For several months, the upcoming iPhone 11 has been rumored to have a square camera bump too. Because iPhone is expected to come out in September, and Pixel phones will usually launch in October, it would be easy to conclude that Google "copied" Apple's design. (BTW: The camera layout is not altogether unique – the Huawei Mate 20 Pro for example, also has such a design.) To avoid such talk, Google could have decided to whip out the image early to say it had the design in mind long before the iPhone's launch, knowing that Apple will remain tight-lipped about any iPhone features until September

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Reason 2: The Pixel 4 could be released earlier than October

Four months is a pretty long time to tease a product ahead of its assumed launch date. Perhaps Google unveiled this info in June because the Pixel 4 may not actually debut in October. Maybe the phone is coming earlier, like in September (even closer to the iPhone) or even August. This would be a strange move though, since the Pixel 3A and 3A XL were just announced in May and it would be a good idea for Google to allow some time between the announcements of its two phone series

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When Google announced the Pixel 3 last year, it was pretty much one of the most leaked phones at the time. Most outlets already had a general idea of ​​what the phone would look like, and many of the rumored specs turned out to be accurate. Google even managed to poke fun at this fact before the Pixel 3's launch (see below). The same applies to the Pixel 3A. Due to all of the leaks, people got wind that Google was working on a midtier variant of the Pixel, and we even peeped its new Purple-ish color before Google I / O

Because we live in such an era where it's so hard to keep a lid on product announcements, Google might have just decided to just say "screw it." If photos of the Pixel 4's camera were going to get leaked anyway ( and it did ), the company might as well jump on it, too. At least it can then get ahead of the news and control to some extent whatever narrative tech enthusiasts cook up. I, for one, welcome this energy and would not mind more information from Google


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