Google is keeping pace with the rest of the smartphone industry with its October release of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Today we take a quick view of features receiving the most coverage across the web.
We start with images Google leaked a few days back showing a silhouette of the back of the pixel 4 where a square triple camera is clearly visible. Looking around we see a power and volume buttons on the right side of the phone but not much else.
From a previously leaked hand drawing Google introduced the top front of the phone as seen in this image.
Clearly the image depicts the top front of the Pixel 4 where all of the action is taking place. Noteworthy is the addition of the radar sensor for gesture control, infrared sensor for facial recognition and the now standard front camera.
Not shown but widely discussed across the web is that the Pixel 4 is expected to have two speakers on the bottom edge on either side of the cable connector.
Perhaps one of the most interesting innovations is the expected screen with a 90 frame per second refresh rate. This compares to the standard 60 frame per second refresh rate for most smartphones. What you expect from this faster screen refresh rate is to experience a smoother scrolling of pages and apps.
For those of us a bit more techy the Pixel 4 is expected to run Andorid’s latest operating system currently dubbed Q.
The phone is also expected to have an enhanced dual SIM card solution. This means the user can have two different phone numbers but it seems it can only operate one at a time which is a bummer.
On the i-Blades side we will be providing you with our complete suite of protection, style and technology for you to stand out from the crowd of me too dumb cases and accessories.
We have the exclusive Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL leather wallet case with battery, memory and the EnviroSensor you can preorder.
Alternatively you can go for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Elite Smart Cases with with battery, memory and the EnviroSensor.
If you desire to have the Pixel 4 leather wallet case only here it is
Finally if you wish to have the Elite Pixel 4 case here it is
All of these cases give you all around protection in the slimmest possible case with modular snap-on snap-off technology. Today we have the battery and memory but we are at the cusp of releasing many more snap-on snap-off solutions to make each day count.
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