Even though it hasn’t hit the stores yet, the hype around Google’s Pixel 4 is astounding. According to numerous leaks and official trailers, this smartphone appears to be outfitted with bleeding-edge technology, as well as a plethora of exquisite features that are probably going to outshine the latest Galaxy Notes and iPhones.
Since the official specs have been leaked, we'll sum up what Pixel 4 is going to look like based on credible leaks, rumors, and official Google news.
The most exciting thing about Pixel 4 is that the livestream has already been set up which will launch on October 15th. We can only speculate that Google officials will put up quite a presentation since the stream event came out as early as it did.
There are also certain rumors that Google might announce the release date for the Pixel 4 5G version, although it’s still unclear when we can expect it.
A while ago, Even Blass leaked the launch prices for Pixel 4 on the Canadian market. The leak includes the price tags for all pending Pixel 4 versions. Finally, the most exciting news regarding the Pixel 4’s launch is that full specs have been released.
The Pixel 4 smartphone is such a strong machine that its specs resemble that of a gaming PC rig combined with some of the strongest optics available on the market.
The most notable feature of this phone is the huge 5.7-inch OLED 90Hz display. It’s one of the largest, most clearly visible screens with such a huge resolution that it will set the bar for years to come.
The most affordable Pixel 4 variant comes with 64 gigabytes of space. Alternatively, you will be able to opt for 128 GBs. But in case that is still not enough you can always add an i-Blades Smartblade to your i-Blades Smartcase purchase.
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The reason why we compare Pixel 4 with gaming PCs is that it will come supplied with the SnapDragon 855 – one of the strongest CPUs available. It ensures smooth operation and the ability to simultaneously run multiple demanding programs without eating up too much RAM.
Speaking of which, this smartphone will feature 6 gigabytes of RAM, which might even be a bit of overkill for an average consumer. Needless to say, ‘the more, the better’ applies here without fail.
Apart from having a well-rounded performance, the Pixel 4 will also feature a couple of top-tier cameras as well. There will be two rear cameras (with 12.2 and 16 MP) at your disposal, as well as na8-mp front camera.
The Google Pixel 4 boasts a 2,800 mAhbattery, although there are rumors that the Pixel 4 XL will have an even stronger 3,700 mAh bat.
Pixel 4 official specs:
The last year’s Google Pixel 3 came out costing $799 while the Pixel 3 XL came with a price tag of $899. The Pixel 4 brings huge improvements onboard, so we should expect it to cost quite a bit more.
Elara.com prognosticates that Pixel 4 will be priced at 819.98 EUR ($904.85) while the Pixel 4 XL will be available for 1126.68 EUR ($1243.29).
As we have already mentioned, Evan Blass has leaked the Pixel 4 prices for the Canadian market. The Pixel 4 with 64 gigabytes of storage starts at 1049.95 Canadian dollars ($795.12) while the 128-gigabyte version will cost 1199.95 Canadian dollars ($908.71).
Since a variety of photos have been leaked already (Google also released a couple of posts), we can say with a decent amount of certainty how the Pixel 4 was designed.
The first picture that Google posted shows the phone’s back-side, showing the dual-lens camera. It should also be noted that this post revealed that the fingerprint sensor was removed. Note that all three Google Pixel models that came out so far were equipped with this feature.
According to Google reports from July this year, it was confirmed that this phone will feature facial identification technology, allowing it to recognize hand gestures made in front of the front camera. This particular feature bears the name of ‘Face Unlock’ and it’s pretty safe to say that it’s several times more reliable than a plain fingerprint sensor.
This type of personal identification has only been present in Apple’s iPhones. The motion sensors and facial recognition software work in unison. The motion sensors ‘prepare’ the phone for unlocking as you reach for it, so there’s no delay (or warm-up) time – you will be able to unlock your Pixel 4 in a single motion.
On top of that, the official specs tell us that it will come outfitted with a 5.7-inch OLED 90Hz display. Furthermore, you’ll be able to choose between ‘Just Black’, ‘Oh-so-orange’, and ‘Clearly White’ color options. Different color variations might be available at a later date.
Even though there are plenty of things that we can conclude, there are still a lot of things that we can only assume.
The Pixel 4 will undoubtedly be a top-notch smartphone with strong specs and features, and we do have a somewhat clear image about how it will look like.We can say with certainty that it will rock unique technologies, such as the Face Unlock feature, for example. Of course, it will be a top-tier boutique smart phone, so it might be wise to start saving up as its launch will be announced in just a couple of days.
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