Building up to the Apple iPhone 11 series launch event, the Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL leaks have been out in full force. Google, like Apple, may ditch the fingerprint sensor utterly, counting on its Soli-powered facial recognition to unlock the system and authenticate funds.More news: Google Pixel 4 Motion Sensor Feature Details revealed
Less than a day after images of the Google Pixel 4 and its supposedly new bright orange colour made its way online, another leak has managed to find its way online. The phone comes with Android 10 out-of-the-box, which is visible from the Google assistant seen at the bottom. The Pixel four will sport a 5.7-inch show and a 2,800mAh battery whereas the bigger Pixel four XL will enable for a Three, 700mAh battery. The tweet reveals some specs of the Pixel 4 models as well as its front design.More news: Facebook explains privacy concerns ahead of iOS 13
Google has yet to comment on the latest set of leaks or to confirm any of the details mentioned. Yesterday's hands-on photos showed the camera features. Another leak courtesy of YouTuber Brandon Lee offers us a glimpse at some hands-free gestures coming to the Pixel 4 thanks to radar-based Soli technology. We've been hearing plenty of new pieces of information about Google's next phone, and they're interesting particularly because some parts of it seem like a step backwards, at least at first glance. It also shows off the black frame and white power button, similar to the white version we saw shown off in a leaked video not too long ago. The photo also gave us an insight into the brand new Google Camera UI.More news: British lawmakers reject holding snap elections ahead of Brexit
Now, there's hardly any basic specification that we don't know about the smartphone. What remains now is only a good look at the phone's features, especially the motion-sensing gestures and the dual camera.
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