Google isn’t due to announce the Pixel 4 officially until October 15th, but in typical Pixel fashion, we already know plenty about the upcoming device.
We’ve seen a video tour of the Pixel 4 XL, which seemingly confirms that it will feature a 90Hz display, 6.23-inch screen, Snapdragon 855 processor, and 6GB of RAM. A separate video suggests the phone will be available in orange, black, and white. We’ve even seen one of the phone’s official promo videos leak online.
However, this year, Google has seemingly tried to get ahead of the inevitable leaks and has preannounced a number of the phone’s more interesting features. Back in June, the company released an official image of the phone, showing off its square camera bump and dual cameras. Then, in July, the company confirmed that the phone will feature face unlock technology, much like Apple’s recent iPhones, as well as a sensor that can detect hand gestures you make near the phone.
With so many leaks, it’s tough to know exactly what Google could have left to surprise us with on October 15th.