Google's Pixel 4 looks different from previous Pixel phones. Digital Trends spoke with the phone's designers to talk about the changes. The classic two-tone look has disappeared, but it's replaced by a black band surrounding the phone, along with the Pixel square, which houses the new dual-camera system. Read More: Available here: This design language makes it easy to pick out a Pixel in a crowd; they don’t look like every other slab on the market. The Pixel 4 is changing things up. First, it comes in the same two Clearly White and Really Black colors, while introducing a new Oh So Orange option as well. It also no longer has the line of demarcation that we've seen on previous Pixels: The glass back is matte on the white and orange phones, and glossy on the black model -- say goodbye to the dual textures. It looks cleaner, especially as there’s no fingerprint sensor cluttering up the design. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LATEST VIDEOS VISIT DIGITAL TRENDS In our studio: BDI Corridor Media Console: Music: Video gear we use: Panasonic GH5 Lumix 12-60mm Camera Lens Sony A7iii Sony E 50mm F1.8 OSS Konova K3 Camera Slider Godox SL-60W Neewer 660 LED Video Light Benro S6 Video Tripod Spears & Munsil Test Patterns Digital Trends may earn a commission when you buy through links on our channels. FOLLOW US!