Google Pixel 4 hands-on videos show the phone in all its glory

Black and'panda Pixel 4 XL show up in hands-on

Google Pixel 4 will feature Motion Sense thanks to Google Soli leaks suggest

Reliable leaker Evan Blass has since tweeted an image of what we assume is the Pixel 4, showing 15 October as the date on the screen.

As for its specs, no points for guessing the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 855 chipset. Probably not, but it's now a very strong contender thanks to this new Pixel 4 leak, by far the biggest one yet.

The Pixel 4 line is expected to be announced a hardware event in October. And that was especially apparent with the launch of the Pixel 3 previous year. It confirms that the Pixel 4's screen will have a high-refresh rate display capable of dynamically switching from 60 Hz to 90 Hz, depending on what's onscreen. In the video, the Pixel 4 is shown off in three colors: white, black, and coral. 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. Also shows is the camera UI, which seems to have been tweaked a little this time.

Google Pixel 4 XL is expected to feature a 6.23-inch display. On the hardware turf, the USA tech company has also been superb right from the Nexus to the latest iteration of the Pixel phones.

Compared to its closest Android rivals, that design is starting to look pretty dated. although it will purportedly offer more secure facial recognition that any of its rivals can now muster. Google Pixel 4 will automatically recognize the user when they hold the phone.

But while the gestures and face unlock don't work, it's easy to see how the introduction of these features have changed the industrial design of the handset. They also talk about the phone's front sensors, which include the Soli radar, facial recognition sensors, and more. Google Pixel 4 will house a square shaped camera panel and glass body with no dual-tone finish.

With that said, the addition of a dedicated telephoto lens could allow the Pixel 4 to vastly outperform its predecessor where zooming is concerned. What remains to be seen is whether it's as secure as fingerprint sensors have come to be in recent times.

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