Google Pixel 4 Retail Box Leak
(Photo : Reddit) An alleged retail box of the Google Pixel 4 leaked.

The Made by Google 2019 event is about to kick off, and yet the Pixel 4 leaks just keep on coming.

This time around, a purported retail box of the standard Pixel 4 model (as opposed to the larger Pixel 4 XL) is the star of the show, and it "confirms" what's included in the box — or rather, lack thereof — and some of the basic specs of the smartphone in question.

Pixel 4 Retail Box Leaks

The leak was posted on Reddit (via 9to5Google). The retail box features the Just Black Pixel 4, which is an all-black variant of the device, save for the white power button.

The front of the packaging shows the Google logo at the top with "Pixel 4" just below it. The smartphone's rear takes up the most space here, showing off its new square camera housing.

On the back, the hashtag #teampixel is on the upper-left side and the company's name is on the bottom-left side. It also shows a shot of the handset in the real world that's set face down on a wooden surface. There are two pull tabs here to make it easier to open.

Arguably the most interesting bit here is the list of included accessories: an 18W USB-C power adapter, charging cable, and Quick Switch Adapter. It won't come with a pair of USB-C earbuds or a USB-C to 3.5mm headphone jack adapter, which could disappoint some users.

The details also mention that it will sport a 5.7-inch display and 64 GB of storage. Speaking of specs, a previous leak outed the full spec sheet of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, and it also revealed what else is in the box. In short, they align with the leaked retail box.

Most Leaked Smartphone Of 2019?

No one crunched the numbers, but considering how often the rumor mill is churning out leaks of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, it's probably safe to say that Google's upcoming smartphones are the most leaked devices this year.

With so much info about the two, most of which agree with one another, the only thing that's probably left is for the handsets to go official with info on their pricing and release dates at Google's Oct. 15 event.

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