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Google begins teasing Pixel 4

Leaks are always incredibly prominent in the smartphone realm. Almost every major phone maker has their next device pushed into the public eye well ahead of time and usually, companies just ignore it all and push ahead as planned. This week, the Google Pixel 4 began to leak but instead of ignoring the situation, Google decided to take a different approach and started showing off the phone itself.

Leaks of the Pixel 4 have been circulating on Twitter for a few days now. Google noticed and instead of ignoring it, the company tweeted out the first official Pixel 4 image itself:

Google isn’t confirming anything else beyond the fact that the Pixel 4 exists. However, it is safe to assume that it will launch in October/November, as is tradition for the Pixel series. It will also be one of the smartphones to support Stadia, Google’s new game streaming service.

KitGuru Says: The Pixel 4 is coming and it looks like Google will have it out just in time for its cloud gaming push in November. Have any of you owned a Pixel smartphone in the past? Will you be looking to upgrade later this year? 

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