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Pixel 4 leak suggests 90Hz "Smooth Display", 6GB RAM, stereo speakers

08 August 2019 0

The upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have appeared in numerous leaks so far and even Google has revealed some of the features well ahead of the official unveiling. And now, a new 9to5Google report citing a reliable source has detailed more information about the next-gen Android flagship from the Big G.

The report mentions that Google is set to become the newest smartphone maker to offer phones with a high refresh rate display. Both Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have been reported to come with a 90Hz OLED "Smooth Display". This will put them in direct competition with the likes of OnePlus 7 Pro and Razer Phone 2. If we talk about display sizes, the Pixel 4 is said to come with a 5.7-inch Full HD+ display and Pixel 4 XL with a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ display.

Both Pixels will have dual rear cameras with a 12-megapixel sensor and a 16-megapixel telephoto sensor. There will be a single selfie shooter housed in a wider notch along with Soli radar chip. Google is expected to release an optional accessory that will attach to the flagships and offer DLSR-like photography capabilities.

Under the hood, there will be Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor coupled with up to 6GB of RAM. It will have 64GB and 128GB storage variants with no microSD card support. The whole package will be powered by a 2,800mAh battery on the Pixel 4 and a 3,700mAh battery on the Pixel 4 XL. They will further have stereo speakers as well as some new Google Assistant features could also be announced. Lastly, the official unveiling of both flagships is expected to happen sometime in October 2019.


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