Google Pixel 4 event set for October 15, motion sense in tow

Google Pixel 4 event set for October 15, motion sense in tow

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.

If you take a closer look at the above Pixel 4 render, you'll notice that the display has Tuesday, October 15 written over it, hinting at the date of the launch. The Pixel 4 smartphones have been victims of many leaks leading to their official launch, and this year both the smartphones are reported to come with an enhanced Night Sight camera, new Google Assistant features and the much talked about Motion Sense air gestures. You can also see from these photos that the Pixel 4 XL no longer has a notch, but a bezel like the standard Pixel 3. 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. We saw more Pixel 4 units in the wild than ever before, complete with an additional, unexpected color for the series.

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The Pixel 4 is supposed to house a 2,800 mAh battery backup, and a facial recognition feature. The Pixel 4 will come with a 5.7-inch OLED with Full HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 2800 mAh battery.

If this news is true, you'll be touching yourself very often if you buy the Google Pixel 4. The new cameras on the back of the Pixel 4 are also set to be the biggest camera upgrade we've seen so far on a Pixel phone. The device will likely get a 6.23-inch OLED panel with a QHD+ (3040 x 1440 pixels) resolution. These upcoming phones can have 6 GB RAM and 12 GB internal storage. The handset might feature an Apple-like Face ID system along with Soli radar sensors for motion sensing.

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