Pixel 4 Spotted in Real World Images, Shows off Thin Bezels

Google Pixel 4

Google Pixel 4

The internet got excited Monday when Claude Zellweger, a former HTC exec who is now a director of design at Google, shared a photo on Instagram with a 20x zoom.

The Pixel 4 has been spotted in the wild - again!

Posting the photo with the commentary left by Zellweger resulted in blogs aplenty dropping hell-of-commentary.

A comment from Zellweger to Alberto Villarreal, Creative Lead at Google Hardware, suggested that this was a Pixel phone and that it was captured at 20x zoom. This could be any Pixel phone, granted, but in a later comment, he refers to the "20x zoom" used to capture the shot. So it wouldn't seem to be a insane leap to assume that the photo above was taken with a Pixel 4 showcasing an upcoming feature for the new phone's cameras. Can you believe this photo was captured with a Google Pixel 3a?

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Remember what you were using to take photos back in 2009? If I was lucky, I could photograph something that stood still long enough to avoid blur.

To be clear, we don't know if everything in the shot was taken using just the Pixel and cropped or if an additional lens, like an Olloclip, was attached to give the phone a boost. QHD+. Both handsets will have a 90Hz refresh rate making them among the few devices out there to offer the feature, and the battery is going to be a bit shit at 2,800mAH - down from the Pixel 3's 2,915mAH.

People, of course, speculated that this photo was a way for the company to tease its upcoming Pixel 4 without giving away too much detail. It'd be a real shock if Google didn't reveal their Pixel 4 in the first week of October 2019.

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