Google just tweeted an image of the Pixel 4, a smartphone that the company isn’t expected to ship until October. The tweet comes after renders of the device were published in recent days, revealing a change in design language from Google’s previous devices. “Wait ‘til you see what it can do,” the Pixel team tweeted.
The official image clearly shows at least two rear cameras and a third sensor in a large camera bump on the phone’s back. Apart from that, we see what looks to be a white or gray power button and the company’s G logo.