Yesterday we saw Evan Blass send out a Tweet with what appears to be an official render of a Clearly Black Google Pixel 4. Today he has followed that up with a render of a white Pixel 4.

Once again the renders do not add any detail to the phones that we didn’t already know but then this is the year where you could buy a pre-release version weeks before the official announcement. The render shows off the Clearly White Pixel 4 which is, not surprisingly, clearly white in colour.

It shows everything else we saw on the pre-release phones that were sold meaning that those phones were most likely final prototypes and final hardware. Everything we saw in them hardware-wise is what we can expect to see in the final Pixel 4.

The white has the black borders on the side of the phone and the expected orange power button. There is the triple rear camera again and the large top front bezel housing all the sensors including the Soli sensors. Comparing the two renders we have now seen, some think the black version could be the Pixel 4 and the white looks to be the Pixel 4 XL.

The wallpaper is once again that lairish P4 design with the announcement date and time listed on the front. Until then you’ll have to sit back and wait and see if anything else leaks — not sure what is left. Pay attention to Ausdroid, especially on the early hours of October 16 (Australian time) for all the details including local pricing and availability.

Source: Android Police.