Pixel 4 design, specifications, features and more revealed in biggest leak yet

Google Pixel smartphones may launch on October 15

These new leaked photos show everything about Google Pixel 4 you Need to Know

The Google Pixel 4 continues to leak before Google's official announcement, with the latest being a video that focuses on its gaming capabilities and performance.

It's still all unofficial, of course, and the software shown on these Pixel 4 phones are probably no yet in their final form.

Once again, the phone was shown with a square camera module on its rear.

All in all, the Pixel 4 XL appears to be a significant upgrade over the previous model, but still not on par with the best that the industry has to offer.

"As for hardware, we get yet another confirmation of 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage, and a 6.23" 3040x1440 panel on the Pixel 4 XL. XDA Developers, on the other hand, reported that the Pixel 4 camera with be able to zoom 8x. A recent Android 10 source code discovery showed evidence of 90Hz refresh rate on the Pixel 4's display. This year, the Google Pixel 4 will make its debut on the 15th of October according to EVLeaks on Twitter. The 2019 Pixel smartphones have leaked so much in the past week that we've grown exhausted of looking over every leak because they're all starting to blend together.

One leak comes from Vietnamese channel AnhEm TV, and shows a ton of footage of the device in full use.

Google has also confirmed the Pixel 4 will come with a bezel at its top that will house advanced facial unlocking technologies. Most of what we can see has been seen before, but the video pretty much confirms the Google Pixel 4's design and gives us a look at the settings and specs - including the Snapdragon 855 and a 1,440p display. But while these are not technically the commercial units that will be on sale next month, they are likely representative of what we will see when Google officially launches the Pixel 4.

One of the specs that's mentioned before is the 90Hz display.

Possibly the most interesting feature on the Pixel 4 series are air gestures. The second video even has some camera samples, although the only obvious thing is that Night Mode has been somewhat improved from the last generation Pixels.

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