Google will likely unveil the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL in early October at its Made by Google event. The company itself has revealed a few key details about the handsets but a lot still remains unknown about them. Spoiling Google’s party, live images of the Pixel 4 XL have leaked giving us a clear look at its design.
The live image leaks of the Pixel 4 XL show off its rear design in all its glory including the squarish camera hump. The Pixel 4 XL does look a lot different than the Pixel 3 XL — and that’s saying it in a good way.
The live images confirm that Google will be offering the Pixel 4 XL in a new coral hue which definitely looks unique, though I doubt it will find many takers. Apart from orange, the handset will also be available in usual black and white colors.
Leaks have revealed quite a bit about the Pixel 4 series. The handsets will sport a dual-camera setup at the rear which will include an 8x optical zoom sensor. They will also sport a 90Hz OLED display, 6GB RAM, Titan M security chip, Face unlock, and Motion Sense — a Project Soli-based gesture system.
The Pixel 4 series will launch with new Google Assistant features including the ability to take over calls while you are on hold, a new Camera app with improved Night Sight, a new Motion mode to capture moving objects effortlessly, and more.
Google’s Pixel series has set the bar when it comes to smartphone cameras so it will be interesting to see what the company has in store for us this year.