Published: Wed, September 11, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Google Pixel 4 smartphone launch date came out

Google Pixel 4 smartphone launch date came out

The company is expected to introduce the new device at a hardware event on October 15, with official pre-orders set to start immediately after the show. 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. So, it's highly likely that Google's Pixel 4 will see the daylight on October 15.

Evan Blass shared a leaked picture of the Pixel four XL, which hinted that Google's new flagships would arrive on October 15. Both the phones will feature a 12 MP camera with phase-detect autofocus and 16 MP telephoto lens.

Apart from this, the Pixel 4 XL is said to be powered by the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. It displays the all-new Soli hands-free gestures, agrees to some new Google Photos full voice control features too (via ProAndroid).

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.

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This render showcases the front of the Pixel 4, giving us a clear look at the bezels surrounding its display. The photo also gave us an insight into the brand new Google Camera UI. While not confirmed, it's very likely that this is when Google will hold its fall hardware event to officially unveil the new Pixel series.

Now, there's hardly any basic specification that we don't know about the smartphone.

Based on the Google ATAP website for the project, other gestures that you can do include pinching to mimic pressing a button, rubbing your thumb and index finger together in a twisting motion to mimic turning a dial and pinching your fingers and sliding it from side to side to mimic adjusting a slider.

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