Once the rumors surrounding Google's upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone started emerging, Google itself joined in on the fun.
Google tweeted a teaser image of the Pixel 4 back in June, and later on, it published a blog post detailing two new features to expect in the Pixel 4, including an advanced facial-recognition system and hand-motion gesture controls.
With Google's own image, there are at least a couple things about the Pixel 4 that we can confirm: It'll come with a dual-lens rear camera system, and it won't have a rear fingerprint sensor like the Pixel 3 does.
More and more rumors are turning up the closer we get to October, the month Google usually reserves to announce its new Pixel smartphones.
As for the rest, we'll have to turn to good old-fashioned rumors and reports, all of which come from reliable sources.
Check out the most reliable rumors and details we know about Google's Pixel 4 so far: