Google Pixel 4 coming in three days with seven vibrant colors

Google Pixel 4 coming in three days with seven vibrant colors

Google Pixel 4 coming in three days with seven vibrant colors

October 15 is the date fixed for the launch of the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones. It has actually been so commonly dripped, that we have a good concept of not simply precisely what the Pixel 4 will look like, but also the features it will use and the spec sheet. What's interesting is that the Pixel 4 render leak shows the wallpaper with the artistic rendition of a number. Although yet to be confirmed officially, countless reports and leaks claim the Pixel 4 series is going to replace last year's Snapdragon 845 with the speedier and more efficient Snapdragon 855 that can also be found inside the Galaxy Note 10, LG G8 ThinQ, and OnePlus 7 Pro. This year, however, Google has apparently chose to follow Apple in a big way as it introduces the triple-camera setup in the exact way it has been laid out by the latest generation of iPhones! He confirms that the Google Pixel 4 will sport a 5.7-inch display while the display size on the Google Pixel 4 XL will be 6.3-inches.

One thing that's even more important than the Pixel 4's components is its software, particularly when it comes to the Pixel's camera.

Google also has a new Pixelbook in the works, which it plans to unveil during Tuesday's event, according to 9to5Google. It was first spied way back in July under the codename "Atlas" before more details leaked earlier this month. This will allow Pixel 4 to have unlocked the phone by a face that is similar to Apple's Face ID, and the feature is much secure enough.

Inside, you will find an Intel processor, an NVMe SSD and differing amounts of RAM - in other phrases, nothing out of the normal. The new Pixel's camera will reportedly also support 4K video resolution. The device also houses two far-field mic for taking Google Assistant voice commands.

Aside from the expected USB-C port on the side, there seems to be a 3.5mm headphone jack which may be surprising to some given that Google's Pixel smartphones have done away with that.

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