New Pixel 4 leaks reveal images, specs... and perhaps some special offers for buyers

Google Pixel 3a XL
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Few phones have ever leaked in advance quite so completely as the Pixel 4 has, and of course Google itself got the ball rolling early on. We've got some more specs and images to share with you, plus details of a deal we haven't heard about before.

First some high-quality renders of the phones courtesy of tech tipsters Ishan Agarwal and Brandon Lee: these match up with previous pictures we've seen but show off the phone in a high-resolution and in all three colors.

According to Lee, that coral or orange color we've been seeing for a few months is actually a limited preorder exclusive – so if you want it you're going to have to act fast. As yet though, that's unconfirmed.

Agarwal has also leaked a chart suggesting the Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL will remain on sale, as you would expect, with the 2018 Pixel 3 phones retired.  You can see the specs for all four phones in the chart.

Pixel 4 leak

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More leaks come courtesy of Best Buy in the US, via 9to5Google, with promo images attached. As we've heard before, the Pixel 4 gets a 5.7-inch screen, the Pixel 4 XL gets a 6.3-inch screen, and both cameras get 16MP+12MP dual-lens rear cameras.

9to5Google has also been able to uncover code in the Google One app that suggests anyone who buys a Pixel 4 will be able to get some free cloud storage from Google for three months – that might be another reason to make a purchase.

Meanwhile, if you order a Pixel 4 from the Three network in the UK, you'll apparently get an HP Chromebook 14 for your troubles as well – that's as per an image of a billboard posted to Reddit and reported by Android Central.

All will become clear on Tuesday October 15 when we finally get the grand unveiling of the Pixel 4, the Pixel 4 XL and quite possibly some other devices too – and we will of course be bringing you all the announcements as they happen.

David Nield
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