Two new, extensive hands-on videos of the Google Pixel 4 leak

Google Pixel 4 might launch on October 15, new leaked video reveals key features

Pixel 4's Features Revealed In Latest Leaks

Yesterday's hands-on photos showed the camera features.

Over the last few months, there have been several leaks surrounding the Google Pixel 4.

Recent image leaks and a short video have seemingly given us our best look yet at the new Google Pixel 4 XL and what can be expected in terms of new features.

If a couple of minutes in the past we confirmed you a primary video from a Vietnamese channel, now it's one positioned in Thailand which, along with having made a contact of this cellular, reveals us the standard of its digicam. Last year, the Pixel 3 phones were announced on October 9th and they began shipping to customers in the USA and other markets nine days later.

Rumors have said that the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be announced in October, just like the past three generations of Pixel flagships before them. The display shows the Pixel 4 XL is powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset, and not the 855+. This will likely open the Pixel Themes app for customizing the accent colors, font, icon shape, and more on the Pixel 4.

The Google Pixel 4 appears to be the worst-kept secret of all time, and so is the date for its launch event apparently, which is reportedly set for October 15.

We've already had a good idea of what the Pixel 4 will look like, and these videos further confirm its design. On the front, Google has retained a chunkier top bezel to house a mess of cameras, Project Soli motion-sensing radars and 3D face authentication hardware.

The YouTuber briefly shows the apps installed on their device, including a Recorder app. This lists the phone as having a 6.23-inch display, which would be ever so slightly down from the 6.3-inch display on the Google Pixel 3 XL.

The 5.7 and 6.3-inch display sizes, for the regular and the XL version, get a confirmation in the video, and so does the 90Hz refresh rate on the display, dubbed Smooth Display, with its own setting to automatically switch between 60Hz and 90Hz to save battery life.

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