Pixel 4 screen protectors highlight the possible design of the phone

The Google Pixel 3 XL. Image credit: TechRadar

We’re still months away from the likely launch of the Google Pixel 4, but you can already pre-order screen protectors for it, and the listing for them reveals a lot of possible design details.

Sold by Skinomi, the screen protectors are shown with a cut-out for a dual-lens punch-hole camera in the top right corner of the screen. They also have gaps for stereo speakers above and below the display.

The listing also includes a picture of the Google Pixel 4 itself, showing an almost all-screen front, with virtually no bezel at the top and just a slight bit of bezel below the screen.

This could be an early look at the Pixel 4. Image credit: Skinomi

This could be an early look at the Pixel 4. Image credit: Skinomi (Image credit: Skinomi)

This is all broadly in line with what we’ve heard rumored before – albeit for the Pixel 4 XL rather than the standard Pixel 4 – but the image also shows a power button on the right edge, which goes against an earlier claim that the Google Pixel 4 wouldn’t have any physical buttons.

That’s a claim we were always skeptical about, so this design could be accurate, especially as accessory makers often do have access to the design of a phone before its launch.

Having said that, this is a long time before launch and for now all you can do is pre-order – the screen protectors aren’t set to ship until November 20, which is around a month later than we’re expecting the Pixel 4 range to land.

So there’s a very high chance that this is simply a placeholder image and that Skinomi hasn’t actually made any Pixel 4 screen protectors yet.

As such, we’d take this with a huge side of salt, but we’d expect to hear plenty more Google Pixel 4 rumors as we get closer to launch, so we should soon start to get a clear picture of the phone's design.

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James Rogerson

James is a freelance phones, tablets and wearables writer and sub-editor at TechRadar. He has a love for everything ‘smart’, from watches to lights, and can often be found arguing with AI assistants or drowning in the latest apps. James also contributes to 3G.co.uk, 4G.co.uk and 5G.co.uk and has written for T3, Digital Camera World, Clarity Media and others, with work on the web, in print and on TV.