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Google Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL specs leak reveal 6GB RAM, 128GB storage

19 July 2019 0

Google is working on the Pixel 4 series launch with an expected release sometime around September-October. The official Pixel 4 render has already been shared by Google itself confirming the square camera bump. And now, BGR has reported Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL specifications giving an idea of what to expect from upcoming flagships.

The Pixel 4 is said to come with a Full HD+ (2280 x 1080 pixels) 18:9 display and Pixel 4 XL with a Quad HD+ (3040 x 1440 pixels) 19:9 display. There are no words on the display sizes but the resolutions are set to be higher than predecessors Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. It seems like we could be getting flagships with sharper displays but we will have to wait for the display size to get exact details.

The most important bit of information revealed in the report is that Google is going to offer 6GB of RAM with the Pixel 4 lineup. Even though many Android smartphones are now coming with 8GB of RAM, it is good to see Google going for more. The Pixel 3 series was unveiled with only 4GB of RAM which has become a mainstream option for mid-range smartphones.

Pixel 4 series is said to come with 128GB of internal storage but no details regarding other storage variants. The same goes for RAM options which means we could be seeing higher RAM capacity as well. This is pretty much what has been revealed in the latest report. We will be keeping you updated in case more such reports or leaks surface online.

(last update 07 December 2019 @ 16:04)



Google Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL specs leak reveal 6GB RAM, 128GB storage
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