Today, over at the Canadian version of the Google Store, a header image entices you to buy the Nest Wifi system. However, the image for the header isnâ€™t a Nest Wifi unit. Instead, it very clearly is the as-yet-unannounced Google Pixel 4a smartphone.
As of publishing this article, you can still see the image live on Googleâ€™s site here.
We were able to download the image of just the phone itself, which is hosted on Googleâ€™s own server. This may not be a 100% official confirmation of what the Google Pixel 4a looks like, but itâ€™s as close as you can get without the company officially launching the phone.
See for yourself below:
Unfortunately, there are no surprises here. The Google Pixel 4a renders look exactly as we expected with the single selfie camera cutout on the front, the single lens in the Pixel 4 camera module on the back, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, and an all-black colorway.
Still, if there were any lingering doubts about what the phone would look like, you can now dash them away.
Google still hasnâ€™t formally announced a launch date for the Google Pixel 4a. However, with images popping up mistakenly on its own website, it certainly canâ€™t be too far off now. Interestingly, the render above shows a May 12 date, which is when we originally expected the phone to launch.
For all the info we know so far on the Pixel 4a, consult our rumor hub.