Published: Fri, September 13, 2019
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Pixel 4 all but completely confirmed with several YouTube leaks

Pixel 4 all but completely confirmed with several YouTube leaks

The hands-on videos were posted from Vietnamese and Thai YouTube channels.

Another video from AnHem TV gives us a tour through the software, showing off a number of features.

The arrangement of the lenses is a bit different though while there is the same triple-lens arrangement for the camera module. However, the video did confirm the presence of a few other interesting features, including the Screen Attention mode and Ambient EQ. Especially if the matte materials help prevent more build up of sweat, which can happen the longer you hold your device after it gets warmer.

At this point, it seems Google has little left to share. Sadly, though, there was no demo of the chip in action.

The publication shared that a reliable source told them that Google Pixel 4's camera was made with the newest Motion Mode function and paired with the improved Night Sight Mode.

The design of new phones is not a secret, some characteristics and expected prices are also known, but there is no announcement date yet.


Pixel 4 is Google's next flagship smartphone that is expected to come in two models: the standard Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL. We have seen plenty of leaks surrounding the Pixel 4.

There has been a lot of buzz regarding a video review of Pixel 4 being leaked online before its release. One is said to be a 12 megapixel sensor with phase-detect auto-focus, while the second sensor is 16 megapixels with a telephoto lens.

"As for hardware, we get yet another confirmation of 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage, and a 6.23" 3040x1440 panel on the Pixel 4 XL.

The video also features an in-depth tour of the camera app, which seems to be an early version considering how clunky it performs.

The settings seemed to be turned to full specs, including the 90Hz refresh rate for the display and the game seems to perform well - better than the Pixel 3 (no surprise there). Additionally, it underlines a third feature that uses the Soli sensor to sense when the user reaches for the device to display notifications and lock screen.

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