The Pixel 4 launch can’t come soon enough, considering the handset is easily the most leaked device in history. That’s because Google did something entirely different this year, looking to stay ahead of leaks. The company teased the rear camera of the handset months ago, and then officially announced two of the Pixel 4’s other signature features, including 3D face unlock and Motion Sense (Soli radar) gestures. But the leaks kept on coming, and it got even worse about a month ago when people in Asia were actually able to purchase early production units. Google’s revelations made identifying these devices even easier.