Have you seen the new Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL?
If the answer is yes, please exit this page since I’m not gonna show you anything you haven’t seen before. But if you answered no, keep reading.
Evan Blass, infamous leaker of all things smartphones, has tweeted out a set of high-resolution marketing images that show off the upcoming Pixel 4 and 4 XL in real-world situations. We catch a glimpse at the design of the phones (again), the fronts with their semi-large foreheads (again), and the camera app (again).
Later, Blass tweeted out these images which give you a much more close-up look at the devices’ back sides.
At this point, we basically know everything about the Pixel 4 family. There’s gonna be two models (one standard sized and one XL sized), Snapdragon 855 processors, 6GB of RAM, not-very-large batteries, Android 10, facial unlock, touchless air gestures, wireless charging – y’know, 2019 specs. Perhaps most importantly, the phones will ship with dual cameras and 90Hz screens.
The Pixel 4 will be unveiled on Tuesday, October 15th. While we won’t have boots on the ground, I will be covering everything there is to know about whatever Google wants to announce. Stay tuned.