Google Pixel 4 October 15 launch date leaked: What to expect

Google Pixel 4 Pixel 4 XL Smartphones Likely To Be Launched on October 15 Expected Prices Features & Specifications

Google Pixel 4 Hands on Image

In case you haven't gotten the memo yet, the Google Pixel 4 is definitely a thing.

The device runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 at 2.8GHz- no plus, so for that extra gaming performance you'll have to get another phone (such as the Asus ROG Phone II). Of course, October 15 is still more than a month away so this is likely a clue to the launch of the Pixel 4 launch date.

The square-shaped camera module is there, looking similar to the iPhone 11.

The latest Pixel 4 leaks will surely be enough to get Android fans incredibly excited about the phone's expected launch next month.

The Pixel 4 is expected to feature a 5.7-inch display and the Pixel 4 XL could come with a 6.3-inch display. As such, there are a few features that aren't working - like the confirmed gesture-controls and facial recognition, and front-facing cameras, which are rumoured to sport the same secondary ultra-wide angle lens to take group shots without the help of a Selfie Stick.

Google Pixel 4 Leak
Google Pixel 4 Leak

The videos also confirm the inclusion of a 90Hz display, something that we've seen in OnePlus 7 Pro smartphones only. Also speculated are 6GB RAM and 128GB RAM and storage models. Although the scandal of leaked handsets may not be as sensational, there doesn't seem to be any shortage of unofficial information about the 2019 smartphone.

The first video comes from YouTube channel AnhEm TV, which posted more than six minutes' worth of footage featuring the alleged device. The video also revealed the menu setting for Smooth Display with 90Hz refresh rate.

One of the more recent leaks is in the form of an article on which shows off some of the UI within the software on the Pixel 4. Google obviously wants the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL to offer a fast and smooth experience for Android users. Some portrait mode, night mode and selfie samples also tease the camera improvements that will arrive with Google's next flagship. This video is more informal and discussion-based, so you don't see the phone as closely.

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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