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"Coral" Google Pixel 4 Appears In A New Hands-On Video

11 September 2019

The video also showed some glimpses of new Google's Night Sight feature, which is now improved. 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. Now, a new leak has hinted towards the launch date of Pixel 4 series devices.

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Usually, Google hosts its hardware event in October and last year's Pixel devices were also unveiled on October 9 and were available to purchase from October 18. 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. There's a CPU-Z app on the phone as well, and it lists the Pixel 4 XL as having a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM, and a 6.23-inch 3040×1440 display.

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Google Pixel 4 is the first-ever smartphone to come with motion detector chip, Google has already announced this a couple of months ago and said, "For the past five years, our Advanced Technology and Projects team (ATAP) has been working on Soli" it is also called Motion Sensing Radar. Most likely, one of these is the Pixel 4, of which one gets to observe a grainy look at head-on. These are the options that are now unveiled, however, Soli chip which is being built for the last five years is capable of doing much more. At around the 12min59sec mark, he focuses on gesture controls and the Motion Sense settings.

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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.