There have been many leaks surrounding the Google Pixel 4, including several official confirmations from Google, and a new video shows the device from every angle.
A video posted by YouTuber Waqar Khan reveals that the Pixel 4 is expected to be rumored so far and includes a couple of expected specs, including a mention of a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 855 and 90Hz screen refresh rates.
The rear camera setup area revealed by Google is shown in the video, along with a bezel at the top of the Pixel 4's display - another feature Google itself confirmed when it announced the Pixel 4 would be the first device to provide its Salt Radar Chip for unlocking and Motion gestures.
The video also shows three color options - white, black and pink, like the Pixel 3 device - and each one has a different colored power button, which previous Pixels also offer.
The back of the device shown in the video is not dual-tone as we saw on previous Pixels and there is no physical fingerprint sensor either. The second element is unsurprising though, as we expect Google to select a sub-display option for the new device.
Of course, the video isn't an official look at the Pixel 4, but it's not a rendering of what we might see in October when the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to launch.
For Now, you can read in our Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL rumor round up for all the latest. You can also read how two devices can compare to each other, and how they are expected to compare to Pixel 3 devices in our separate function.