The latest leak comes from the appropriately-named Gadget Leaks channels on YouTube, which purports to show off the Pixel 4 in a new orange color. The handset might feature an Apple-like Face ID system along with Soli radar sensors for motion sensing.
The Pixel 4 is supposed to house a 2,800 mAh battery backup, and a facial recognition feature.
Google launched its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphone previous year on October 9 - roughly a week early as compared to the launch date of the new upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone. Of note, the iPhone 11 will have been selling in stores for almost a month by the time Pixel 4 is available to buyers. It would ship with Android 10 out-of-the-box. 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. Yesterday's hands-on photos showed the camera features.More news: MPs stage protest during stormy ceremony to suspend Parliament for five weeks
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The phone will come with a 6.23-inch display, 1440 x 3040 pixel resolution, 19:9 aspect ratio, 540ppi pixel density, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. To recall, the Pixel Three XL had a 6.Three-inch display screen. While it can't be a one hundred percent reliable source to draw the conclusion from, we've seen the release date getting leaked in a similar fashion in the past and most importantly, majority of those leaks later proved to be one hundred percent accurate. Let us know in the comments.
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. All users can do now is wait for the launch on 10 October, or probably another leak before it.