Google Pixel 9 video leak: Front, back-panel revealed

A new video leak of Google Pixel 9, emerging from TikTok, purports to reveal the final look ahead of its release in August
An undated image of the Google Pixel. — Google
An undated image of the Google Pixel. — Google

Ahead of its release, the Google Pixel 9 has been making headlines with new leaks, though until now, there hasn’t been much substance to them.

Three days ago, the first video leak of the Pixel 9 emerged, showing the phone in a pink hue that most leaks suggest is the ‘Peon’ color. However, the leak only revealed the device’s back panel, with the hardware appearing unchanged from the previous generation.

Thankfully, a new leak has now surfaced showing the latest Pixel from all angles. Initially posted on TikTok @reparation_mobile23, the video provides a comprehensive overview of the device.

The front sports a completely flat glass panel, similar to its predecessor, with the bezels appearing identical to those on the Pixel 8.

Unfortunately, this is the extent of the information available for now. However, as the release date approaches, more leaks are expected.

Google Pixel 9 release date

Google has surprised many by announcing that its flagship ‘Made by Google’ event will be held in August instead of its usual October timeframe.

While the reasons for this early debut remain unclear, Google is set to launch the Pixel 9 series on August 13th. The lineup includes the Pixel 9, Pixel 9 XL, Pixel 9 Pro, and Pixel 9 Pro XL, touted as Google’s latest and greatest. Powered by the all-new Tensor G4 and bolstered by AI, this promises to be an exciting launch.