Google Pixel 4 leaked again, this time in hands-on videos

By Xite - September 12, 2019
Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL are leaked once again and this time in two hands-on videos. The videos not only confirm the hardware, but also show the rumoured features of the phones. One of the....

Just like the Google Pixel 3, the upcoming Pixel 4 seems to be on the path of becoming one of the most leaked smartphones in recent times. This week, and the week before, was filled with Pixel 4 leaks. In fact, even on Apple’s ‘big day’, one of the trending stories was related to Pixel 4. In the latest development, Pixel 4 has been leaked in two hands-on videos. The videos confirm the specs, features and colour options that the phones are said to be offered in.

The first video has been uploaded by Vietnamese tech channel AnhEm TV. The presenter in the video has shown the rumoured 90Hz display, a bigger RAM, a coral-coloured variant as well as features like motion sensing technology and a dual rear camera setup, that were confirmed by the company. The video also shows the hardware that has been used in both the XL and non-XL variants.

The presenter shows ‘Smooth Display’ setting in the ‘Display Setting’ of the Pixel 4 smartphone. This is said to allow users to switch to 90Hz refresh rate from 60Hz. The video also mentions a sound recorder app, and there are reports that the phones may ship with a screen recording feature as well. As expected, both the phones are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor under the hood.

In the video, the presenter confirms the presence of 6GB RAM, however, the storage options are yet to be confirmed. When it comes to display, the XL variant is said to sport a 6.3-inch OLED display that offers a resolution of 1440 x 3030 pixels. As reported, the bigger variant is also said to ship with a 3700mAh battery. In comparison, the vanilla Pixel 4 is seen featuring a 5.7-inch OLED display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 3030 pixels. A 2800mAh battery is likely to keep the phone’s lights on.

Options like “Styles & wallpapers” are also seen in the video which are likely allow users to change Pixel Themes, customise icons, accent colors and font. There’s also a Screen Attention setting which may be similar to Samsung’s Smart Stay feature that keeps the phone awake while you’re looking at it. The second video is posted on YouTube channel Rabbit TV. The 14-minute long video shows the Pixel 4 smartphones in three colour variants - white, black and coral. You can watch the video below.

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