It has been reported that the display will have a 1,440 x 3,040 pixels resolution, 19:9 aspect ratio, and 540 ppi pixel density.
The video displays Google latest camera phone and boasts that you can take photos "Even in the dark", using the company's Night Sight feature, and boasts that "You even get the stars" with the new astro functionality.
Google Pixel 4 Launch Date Tipped as October 15, Motion Sense Air Gestures Spotted in Leaked Video
While many phone makers seem to be under the impression that bigger is better, Google could actually be shrinking the screen on the Pixel 4 XL, albeit only slightly. The image in question corroborates everything previously reported such as the larger upper bezel that's home to a variety of sensor, the impressively slim chin, and the thin side bezels.
The leak, shared by Weibo user Fenibook earlier this week and spotted by 9to5Google, backs up rumors that the Pixel 4 will join OnePlus' 7 Pro (and OnePlus' soon-to-be-released cheaper model) with the improved display. In the video, the Pixel 4 is shown off in three colors: white, black, and coral. I am of course referring to Google's Pixel 4, which has been the subject of so many leaks over the past few weeks that they have genuinely been hard to track.More news: France hands U.S. first defeat in 13 years, advances to semifinals
Google Pixel 4 is the first-ever smartphone to come with motion detector chip, Google has already announced this a couple of months ago and said, "For the past five years, our Advanced Technology and Projects team (ATAP) has been working on Soli" it is also called Motion Sensing Radar. On the other hand, Pixel 4 XL will come with a 6.3-inch OLED with Quad HD+ with a 90Hz refresh rate and 3700 mAh battery. What remains now is only a good look at the phone's features, especially the motion-sensing gestures and the dual camera.
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