Google Pixel 4 XL hands-on pictures reveal design and key features

Google Pixel 4 XL hands-on pictures reveal design and key features

Google Pixel 4 XL hands-on pictures reveal design and key features

Now less than a month is left for the launch of the world-famous company Google's premium Pixel device. At this point, we have a good idea of the specs, we know the launch date and now we have another new first look image to add to the growing list. If you decide to do so, you might get a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL smartphone from £583.81, or a Pixel 3a unit for around £320. The latest leak comes from Nextrift, who got its hands on a possible production model Pixel 4 XL and posted details including the first public look at the new Google Assistant.

Based on these premature impressions it appears like the Google Pixel 4 XL could have a better camera system than the Galaxy S10 Plus - though some users are sure to prefer the more colorful and vivid photos from the Galaxy S10 Plus. Pixel 4XL in the video is White in color and has a matte finish at the back.

Google Pixel 4 XL is expected to come with the Face Unlock feature.

Pictures of the interface show a Smooth Display option which reads "dynamically adjusts the refresh rate between 60Hz and 90Hz". Unlike the rumours, the Pixel 4 lineup will not feature an in-screen fingerprint sensor and not even the traditional rear-facing fingerprint scanner. Apparently it works similarly to Apple's Face ID technology, and quickly glancing at the device is enough to unlock it. Face unlock also reportedly works in the dark or when the phone is held at an odd angle, like upside down or sideways. The downside of this is probably that Google Assistant 2.0 is in an always-listening mode, which may not sit well with privacy conscious users.

The new Google Assistant was first announced at Google I/O in May.

Of course, the Pixel 4 will offer a few new wallpapers and an updated Wallpapers app.

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