The latest in a growing list of Pixel 4 leaks come in the form of an official-looking promo video that describes numerous upcoming features of the Made by Google devices. Sure, Google is late to the flagship smartphone game, but since the release of the Pixel phones, it has steadily been building a loyal fan base.
Google Pixel 4 is likely to launch on October 15, claims a new report.
Even before this leak, we expected an October Pixel announcement event. It has a dual-lens rear camera setup as expected, which in all likeliness is a 12MP primary camera coupled with a 16MP telephoto lens. A video ad teaser was also leaked showing us the square camera module and some other features.
The image, which was first posted on the mobile site 91mobiles, showes a blurred out image of the allaged Pixel 4 XL, along with the details of its supposed hardware on display via the DevCheck Hardware and Software Info app.
This render showcases the front of the Pixel 4, giving us a clear look at the bezels surrounding its display.
So the Pixel 4 XL's display is seemingly both smaller and higher resolution, though not by enough that you'll really notice.
The Pixel 4 is supposed to house a 2,800 mAh battery backup, and a facial recognition feature. It is believed to get equipped with a 3,700 mAh battery capacity.
The last image shows a device information app running on the phone- probably something like the Phone manager app we see on Realme phones - that shows a 6GB RAM at work.
Earlier this year, after several leaked photos made their way across the internet, Google publicly shared an official render of the Pixel 4.