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

Pixel 4 hands-on videos reveal all, including new 'Screen attention' mode

Pixel 4 hands-on videos reveal all, including new 'Screen attention' mode

Together with this star perform, it has additionally been confirmed that the cell will include the Snapdragon 855, may have 6 GB of RAM and may have a 6.2-inch display screen with a refresh charge of 90 Hz.

If you're looking for a more thorough look at the Pixel 4, a separate leak we wrote about this morning features some of the clearest photos of the phone we're likely to see until actual marketing images leak (which they nearly certainly will, since everything leaks now).

KitGuru Says: Last year's Pixel 3 ended up launching at around the £750 mark, so we may see similar pricing again this year.

Google Pixel 4 might launch on October 15, new leaked video reveals key features

Another image of the Pixel 4 XL image has also surfaced online. Both the phones will feature a 12 MP camera with phase-detect autofocus and 16 MP telephoto lens.

Google has yet to comment on the latest set of leaks or to confirm any of the details mentioned. The first one shows the camera at work, zooming into 8X magnification, although it doesn't seem to be an entirely lossless zoom. Published by tipster Evan Blass who has a pretty solid track record when it comes to smartphone leaks, an official-looking press render appears to provide a clear glimpse at the Google Pixel 4's front panel.

Google's logo is clearly visible on the back of the device. It displays the all-new Soli hands-free gestures, agrees to some new Google Photos full voice control features too (via ProAndroid). This lists the phone as having a 6.23-inch display, which would be ever so slightly down from the 6.3-inch display on the Google Pixel 3 XL. He doesn't open the Recorder app so we don't know what it can do, but it'll likely help you record audio through your microphone for lectures, meetings, etc. All users can do now is wait for the launch on 10 October, or probably another leak before it.

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For comparison, Disney+ will be $8 a month for an individual subscription and will launch almost two weeks after TV+. The series takes place in the distant future, after a deadly virus decimated humankind.


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