Unfortunately for Google, the story continues with Pixel 4 as well. Head over to 13:03 in the video to check out the feature in action. Just as we thought Google had got the Pixel leaks situation under control, a new full-blown hands-on video of the Pixel 4 is now live on a Vietnamese YouTube channel, as we speak.
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. It's a feature we normally only see in gaming phones, though the OnePlus 7 Pro is a recent exception. The 90Hz display setting was also shown under a "Smooth Display" toggle as well as a new Ambient EQ feature that senses the environment lighting and adjusts the display accordingly.
Finally, the video seemingly confirms the Pixel 4's 90Hz refresh rate for the display. As we are still about a full month away from the Pixel 4 being announced. For everything else, the small size of the shared pics, and the fact they're inside a compressed YouTube video anyway, doesn't help at all.
First up, a high-quality hands-on video shows off the white Pixel 4 XL with dual rear cameras and an orange power button. The white and coral options have matte black borders.
Google has held a Pixel event every October since the introduction of the first-generation Pixel handset that replaced the Nexus line. Apart from that, the device will also include an OVM7251 IR sensor for face recognition.
New information leaked about the Motion Sensor or Motion Sensing Radar in a video my a leakster "This Is Tech Today" suggests that Motion Sensor will not work in several regions including India or maybe Pakistan as well due to legal certifications and clearances.