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Here's a new pic of the Google Pixel 4, plus how much one costs on black market

Buying a prototype of the Google Pixel 4 on the black market probably won't cost you much more than retail.

Published onOctober 1, 2019

Google Pixel 4 Leaked Photo Evan Blass Hero

At this point, who hasn’t seen everything there is to see regarding the Google Pixel 4? Well, if you can’t get enough of the device, we have a newly-leaked photo from serial leaker Evan Blass as well as the Google Pixel 4 black market price for the prototype models we’ve seen online.

First, let’s talk about Blass’ photo. The pic shows the front and back of a Pixel 4 in its Just Black colorway. You can clearly see the camera module, the lack of a fingerprint sensor, and the large forehead housing the new front-facing sensors.

Check out the pic below:

Google Pixel 4 Leaked Photo Evan Blass

It’s not clear if that wallpaper will be how the device ships or if it’s just for promotional material. From what we know so far, the stock wallpapers on the Google Pixel 4 don’t include what’s depicted above.

Moving on, let’s talk about the Google Pixel 4 black market sales. For clarity, the devices you can find online for sale are not retail-ready versions: they are prototypes designed for testing purposes that somehow made their way out into the real world.

Over at 9to5Google, you can see a screenshot of a listing on Malaysian auction site Shopee for a Pixel 4 prototype unit. The listing’s price is 4,999 Malaysian ringgits (~$1,191). Interestingly, it’s likely the starting retail price of the Google Pixel 4 XL won’t be too far off from that, so this black market sale isn’t as outlandish as you would imagine.

Check out the screenshot below:

Google Pixel 4 Black Market Sale on Shopee

The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will land on October 15. That means at least two more weeks of insane leaks such as this, leaving very few surprises left for Google to reveal.

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