Google is clearly getting fed up with people leaking pictures of its upcoming smartphone.
So, to end some of the speculation about the Pixel 4 it’s actually posted some official pictures of what is coming next.
In a message on Twitter, the US technology firm said: “Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do. #Pixel4.”
The image revealed in the tweet shows the back case of a phone with what appears to be a square camera system.
It’s not clear if the Pixel 4 will feature two or three rear lenses but the design looks very similar to what many think Apple will bring to its next iPhone.
Other than that new snapper, there’s not much else revealed by Google although eagle-eyed fans may notice that there’s no sign of a fingerprint scanner.
This could mean Google is opting for an embedded sensor under the screen or moving fully to facial recognition.
This reveal has come quite early with Google not expected to unveil its new flagship until the autumn.