After being exposed to a very ugly rear bump image earlier this month, the Pixel 4 leaks are back. And this one is giving us a peak under the hood.
According to BGR and its "reliable insider sources" the Pixel 4 will have a 2280 x 1080 resolution, with the Pixel 4 XL coming in with a slightly larger 3040 x 1440 resolution.
Both variants will reportedly have 6GB RAM (which was already rumoured) and 128GB storage - which is much-needed upgrade from the mere 4GB RAM that the Pixel 3 range had.
There's currently no word on whether there will be larger storage options available.
There have only been a few Pixel 4 leaks thus far, which is barely anything compared to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumours.
In addition to the aforementioned giant camera array, Google itself released an official image on Twitter back in June.
The Android Q beta has also revealed that the Pixel 4 will probably have a rear telephoto lens, a possible wide-angled lens and face unlock.
We're also expecting to see an upgraded Snapdragon 855 processor.
We'll know for sure once October rolls around!
We're over four months out from when Google will most likely unveil the Google Pixel 4. The leaks and rumours have already begun, so Google took control of the narrative and released their own image in a baller power move. Here's everything we know so far.