Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Google's Pixel 4 is coming! - set to launch October 15



It is time for Google to show off following the launch of new iPhones last Tuesday. Samsung has commenced the selling of its Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. With all the hype Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL has got, it is crucial for the company.

Google's Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL are not doing so bad and is considered one of the top-notch phones in 2019. Pixel 4 will launch at Made by Google event on October 15. The entire event will be specifically on its flagship phones. We already know how the phone will look like following an image revealed by Google three months ago. The devices come with an exceptional camera and a host of sensors to support cool motion gestures. Oh, and there is a face-unlock feature that has been confirmed by the company in one of its blog posts. With the Pixel set to run on the most popular OS Andriod Q now known Android 10.

Rumours...

  • Pixel 4 may launch on Sprint
  • Pixel 4 may have a 90Hz display
  • Pixel 4 XL may have thick bezels
  • Pixel 4 XL is a good gaming phone
  • Pixel 4 might have improved dual-SIM capabilities
  • Pixel 4 XL could also have two back cameras

Confirmed...


  • It will have a face unlock and motion sensors - The company confirmed this feature in a video released showing that the Pixel 4 will have Soli radar chip. The chip can sense motion as well. A face ID similar to Apple's? - it is even predicted that this feature will be secure enough to verify digital payments.

  • Pixel 4 in orange - Many may not be a fan of the shade orange, but it will definitely stand out from others.

  • Pixel 4 has one front-facing camera - In a sketch from Google to show the Soli radar chip, there were two front cameras on the phone's front view indicating that the phone had a single front-facing camera.

  • Will run on Android 10 - With Android 10 being the official name, the new flagship phone will run the OS as its previous versions.

      and we will surely see Pixel 4 on October 15 - Google also highlights hardware developments and introduces new flagship running the Android.

For Pixel lovers, the upcoming premium budget phone is something else and most phones might not stand a chance, thanks to the leaked images and videos so far. We are a month away from its release, you can check back on this space as we update you on any interesting rumours that may come up.

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