These dudes already have the Pixel 4


Another image of the Pixel 4 XL image has also surfaced online. The cameras may also come with an integrated Motion Mode for action shots along with improved Night Sight that could be capable of astrophotography. The device's home screen is displaying the current date as October 15.

Ummm...what is happening? The Pixel 4 XL just leaked in a lengthy video that shows off a whole lot of Google's unannounced phone.

Google took the unusual step of confirming the existence of its upcoming Pixel phone this year, but we don't expect the full Pixel 4 unveiling for another month. The image in question corroborates everything previously reported such as the larger upper bezel that's home to a variety of sensor, the impressively slim chin, and the thin side bezels.

First shared by YouTuber AnhEm TV (h/t Max J.), the video shows off Pixel Themes, Screen Attention, and Ambient EQ.

The second image, picked up to 91Mobiles, shows the Pixel 4 XL running the DevCheck Hardware and Software Info app, which shows some key specifications of the device.

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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.

Both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will run on the latest Android 10 OS out-of-the-box. What remains now is only a good look at the phone's features, especially the motion-sensing gestures and the dual camera.

The leak comes via the tech world's colander, Evan Blass, who posted a picture of what is presumably the Google Pixel 4 (we've only seen its caboose in the only official pic from Google) with the screen displaying a date and time of October 15, 10am.

The tweet suggests that the new Pixel devices will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 mobile platform, rather than the recently launched Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset.

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