We all know that the official launch of the Google Pixel 4 is most likely to be on October 15th, which is just a month away, but considering the number of leaks and renders that is coming out, the launch wouldn’t be as exciting as Google is anticipating.
Because we know almost everything about the upcoming Smartphones and how they are going to look.
Among the leaks, a hands-on video of Google Pixel 4 has been published online by a YouTuber from Vietnam.
The video showcases the phone from all the sides and also talks about the features it has.
The video clearly shows the camera setup at the back, which looks pretty much like the newly launched iPhone 11 series. And honestly, it doesn’t look that bad.
Features like the smooth display setting in the display setting that enables users to switch from screen refresh rate of 90 Hertz to 60 Hertz.
Video also showcases the video recording app that is a new addition to Google Pixel 4.
Specifications of Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL
And video gives more information on the specifications such as 6GB RAM, Snapdragon 855, a 5.7 inch OLED display with 1440×3030 pixels and a 2800mAh battery.
The video also showcases the larger Pixel 4XL that has a 6.3 inch LED display with a resolution of 1440×3030 6GB of RAM, Snapdragon 855, and a bigger battery of 3700mAh.
The trend of having a dual-camera setup on smartphones started happening around the early 2018 and now in 2019, we are seeing triple-camera setups, and even Quad camera setups, the Google Pixel 4 would be the first form from Google to have dual camera setup.
In the video, it can be clearly seen that Google has removed the notch on the Google Pixel 4 XL, which was present in the Google Pixel 3 XL and looked pretty ugly.
At the start of the year, when the rumours started floating around the web, and several leaks of the back panel of Google Pixel 4 suggested the camera setup, a lot of people kind of hated the placement which looks asymmetrical.
But after the launch of iPhone 11 which has got a similar camera design, the back camera set up on the Google Pixel 4 doesn’t look that bad.