New Pixel 4 color options based on Android 10's refreshed palette envisioned in concept renders

New Pixel 4 color options based on Android 10's refreshed palette envisioned in concept renders
The Google Pixel 4 is just around the corner, and as is tradition, we've already heard and seen pretty much everything there is to know about the upcoming Android 10 flagship. We even got to see it in the flesh in a series of leaked hands-on videos, and real-life images of an Orange (a.k.a "Coral") Pixel 4! We already know that the Pixel 4 will launch in white, black, and the aforementioned orange, color options, but Google's recent reveal of Android 10 made us think, "what if there were more?"

Android 10 is the latest version of Google's mobile operating system, and it does more than just introduce a handful of new features. Android 10 is a bit of a "rebranding" effort on Google's part, in that it does away with the dessert-themed naming scheme and ushers in some changes in the brand identity department as a whole . The Android logo has been redesigned and prominently features the head of the iconic green robot, instead of its full body. The signature green color has also been altered to a different shade – one that has a touch more blue in it, so it better meshes with Google's overall brand palette.


Aside from the tweaked green—called Android Green—Google also brought a handful of other colors to the table that play along with ti nicely. These include three different shades of blue, a very pleasant orange, and a pale shade of Chartreuse Yellow. Looking at the new palette, we've noticed that the orange seems almost identical to what we've seen in leaked images of the Orange Pixel 4, and this got us thinking, "what if the other colors got the same treatment?"

We think that an Android Green Pixel 4 could look particularly fresh! Alternatively, a Mint-colored version would be sweet, but we wouldn't hold our breath for that one.


Now, we're fully aware that Google is very particular when it comes to Pixel phones and color options, and doesn't release more than three or four variations. Still, we thought it would be fun to imagine what the Pixel 4 would look like in some of the new colors that the company introduced to Android with the latest release.

If the leaked photos of an Orange Pixel 4 are anything to go by, some of the new color options may have a black frame that contrasts nicely with the lively paint jobs. We reflected this in our concept design. Which one do you like the most, the Android Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Orange, Chartreuse, or Pattens Blue Pixel 4? Tell us in the comments below!

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22 Comments

1. Sparkxster

Posts: 1228; Member since: Mar 31, 2017

I like all those colors especially the light blue and Android green.

6. Mike88

Posts: 393; Member since: Mar 05, 2019

Are they trying to copy apple launch event logo colors?? Well yes they are

7. droidboy

Posts: 68; Member since: Nov 25, 2012

you realize samsung was making colored variants before apple. Plus Apple doesn't own the rights to colors. its not really copying.

11. Mike88

Posts: 393; Member since: Mar 05, 2019

What I want to say that they are trying to copy exact same colors

12. VariableCheapskate

Posts: 135; Member since: May 29, 2019

What you're saying is stupid and pointless. They're colors. What's the rocket science behind this?

13. arjay225

Posts: 6; Member since: Nov 26, 2012

Might be able to help out here - If you look around at all competition, you'll notice similar colors throughout the line-ups. This is due to color trend research. No one is copying Apple (especially since the new colors for the 11 haven't even been released (officially)) and Apple is not coping anyone else. Trend research is alive and well with color here.

16. Mike88

Posts: 393; Member since: Mar 05, 2019

Fair enough

2. Shkselectah

Posts: 45; Member since: Jun 26, 2018

wow. cool

3. TBomb

Posts: 1481; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

i see 2 of them becoming reality at most. which is unfortunate, because i like them all

4. Mexx81

Posts: 3; Member since: Sep 09, 2019

To bad you dont use mobile from behind. Such a ugly phone.

5. TBomb

Posts: 1481; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

Looks pretty comparable, more or less, to every other phone out there. Yeah, it's not going to win a design award. But if you buy your phones based on looks then we'd both be wasting our time here, wouldn't we?

9. droidboy

Posts: 68; Member since: Nov 25, 2012

It may be ugly, but I have no doubt once it is released it will have the best camera out there.

10. Mexx81

Posts: 3; Member since: Sep 09, 2019

Sure it will,no doubt,but still its ugly. So dont see any reason to have such a ugly phone,when there is so much beautiful mobiles with perfect cameras.

18. Georgio

Posts: 245; Member since: Nov 21, 2016

Really? Tell me one beautiful phone with a really good camera ; cos nothing is perfect.

21. Mexx81

Posts: 3; Member since: Sep 09, 2019

S10+,S10,Note10,P30 Pro,Mate20Pro,OnePlus etc.......they all are 200 times beautiful,and have amazing cameras for everyday use. Pixel is great phone,but its ugly,period. Why to give such a money for something ugly,when u have a choice.

22. TBomb

Posts: 1481; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

because looks shouldn't matter on a stupid smartphone. its a tool not a piece of your body. there's no reason for it to look "beautiful". Beauty is also in the eye o the beholder so oyur "ugly.period" opinion is different than someone elses.

8. droidboy

Posts: 68; Member since: Nov 25, 2012

I wish all there colors would be released. I really like the yellow, light blue and orange.

15. spasticpat

Posts: 110; Member since: Dec 18, 2012

That navy looks sick, Android Green would be nice too.

17. GenomeX

Posts: 3; Member since: Sep 14, 2018

See pixel 2019 tv teaser leaked today! You see all new colors in 00:54

19. inFla

Posts: 110; Member since: Aug 17, 2018

If you can't make it better, make it pretty.

20. Vogue1985

Posts: 457; Member since: Jan 24, 2017

Oh gosh the pixel and the iPhone have the same style back. Boring.

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