Made by Google, leaked by Bell.
In the lead up to the October 4 announcement, it seems someone at Canadian operator Bell has pulled the trigger a little early on Google Pixel marketing materials. First spotted by Steve Hemmerstoffer, the carrier seems to have mistakenly put a Pixel render and promotional blurb up on its Galaxy Note 7 business order page.
The render in question shows the Pixel in white and silver; so far we've only seen the black variant in two leaked renders that emerged last week.
Anyway, here it is: The Google Pixel in white and silver:
The tagline reads "Introducing Pixel™, Phone by Google. Order yours today." There's no mention of the larger Pixel XL on the page. (Nor, in case you were wondering, can you actually order a Pixel today.)
So Bell's not revealing too much, but that Pixel name seems all but confirmed at this point. We'll have more Pixel goodness following the October 4 launch event, in the meantime check out our roundup of everything we know so far.
Update: By guessing the filename of the image, we've also pulled a fresh render of the larger Pixel — in black, with the same wallpaper — from Bell's website. Here's the Pixel XL:
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