Leaked Google Pixel 4 Video Reveals Basically Everything

Leaked Google Pixel 4 Video Reveals Basically Everything

Leaked Google Pixel 4 Video Reveals Basically Everything

The leaks and rumors about the much-anticipated Pixel 4 have been surfacing on the internet for quite a while. Two newly surfaced videos look at the upcoming phone in detail, uncovering a lot of brand-new information.

A few days earlier, MySmartPrice spotted an FCC listing revealing that four Pixel 4 devices are in the works; while three are expected to be follow-up models of the 3, 3XL, and budget-friendly 3a, the fourth one is unknown.

Also, coming as it does close on the heels of the launch of the iPhone 11 family, the striking similarity of the rear camera module is something that strikes the most. We have seen plenty of leaks surrounding the Pixel 4. Images of the Pixel 4 devices have already begun surfacing on Reddit. The panel on the Pixel 4 XL will be 6.23-inches with a 3040x1440 resolution.

As per tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks), the Google Pixel 4 launch event could take place on October 15.

The leaked video, however, shows the internal setup of the device which runs the latest Android 10. Again, the leak doesn't really show any specs or design elements that we didn't already know about - but it does give a good look at the phone's design, and leaves nearly nothing for Google to reveal when the device is finally announced in October. An Android Code was also discovered to have some references to a 90Hz display but have since been deleted. And this time there are three hands-on videos that claim to reveal almost everything about Google Pixel XL when it comes to design.

While it's more than possible to game on phones with displays below this number, a higher refresh rate usually means a smoother gaming experience.

First shared by YouTuber AnhEm TV (h/t Max J.), the video shows off Pixel Themes, Screen Attention, and Ambient EQ. The video includes early camera samples taken using the phone, showing slight improvements to Night Sight and portrait shots.

Google has itself shown images of the phone on Twitter and announced the face unlock features to try and quash the thirst for actual leaks.

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