Google's annual Pixel unveiling is likely to be available in about a month, but we're starting to hear and see much more about the upcoming Pixel 4. A potential leak from Weibo (spotted by Android Central) suggests that the Pixel 4 can come in a new bright orange color this year. Rumors seem to show the new color option next to the large rear camera section on the device.
This bright orange looks like a nice addition if it is real, and it is certainly a good way to deviate from the off-center camera housing that both Google and Apple seem to be choosing for this year. Google usually offers a more colorful option for its Pixel handsets in addition to the usual black and white options.
Google has already revealed parts of the Pixel 4 design earlier this year, hoping to create a hype and avoid the usual weeks and months of leaks that preceded the unveiling. We are now in the middle of what will probably be a large amount of leaks for the Pixel 4. A video appeared last week and revealed the thick edges of the Pixel 4, and rumors also suggest that the handset has 8x zoom, improved Night Side, and a new "Motion Mode" for sports and action photos.
Google has not set an official date for the unveiling of the Pixel 4, but we expect to hear more about the device in early October.