Late last month, Google had announced that the next Pixel 4 line-up would be featuring new Face Unlock feature similar to Face ID of Apple. Additionally, the search engine giant had also confirmed that the upcoming flagships would also come with Motion Sense technology, which will also allow users to interact with the Pixel 4 without even touching the screen.
To take on leaks, Google had earlier confirmed the launch of the Pixel 4 prior to two months of the launch date, which is rather unusual. However, there’s still a new report suggesting what to expect from the upcoming Pixel 4 line-up. According to 9to5Google, the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL will be featuring a 5.7-inch Full HD+, and 6.3-inch Quad HD+ displays respectively. The devices are further said to have 90Hz OLED displays, which are supposedly first devices from Google, and the report suggests that the company is planning to name it as ‘Smooth Display.
The report further indicates the Pixel 4 devices’ camera setup as well. Both the Pixel devices will be featuring dual rear cameras for the first time — comprising of a 12MP primary sensor along with a 16MP telephoto sensor. Moreover, Google is said to be developing an accessory to the cameras, which is expected to bring DSLR features for the Pixel 4 devices, according to the report.
Furthermore, both the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 Xl will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 855 SoC — followed by 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage variants as well. The Pixel 4 is expected to come with a smaller 2800mAh battery, and the larger Pixel 4 XL will be coming with a bigger 3700mAh battery. And, lastly, the report had confirmed the new Pixel devices would also be featuring stereo speakers as well.
Well, now we know what precisely to presume from the upcoming Pixel 4 devices, which are conventionally scheduled to launch in October. It appears Google is following Samsung when it comes to displays since the newly launched Galaxy Note 10 devices also featured an FHD+ and QHD+ displays on Note 10 and the Note 10+ devices individually. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.