A video online by ReLab shows off the Pixel 4XL in all its glory (and it looks gorgeous), as well as put its chips to the test with a game of PUBG.
The followup to the Google Pixel 3 range, pictured here, is already the subject of great speculation. Most of what we can see has been seen before, but the video pretty much confirms the Google Pixel 4's design and gives us a look at the settings and specs - including the Snapdragon 855 and a 1,440p display.More news: Ring Fit Adventure is the Nintendo Switch’s new fitness experience
The company is expected to introduce the new device at a hardware event on October 15, with official pre-orders set to start immediately after the show. Google seems to be sticking with packing the tech into a phone that looks like a Pixel 2 XL on the front and, because of the timing of its launch, an iPhone 11 Pro on the back.
As we approach the October launch, the Pixel 4 XL is running wild out of the factory and people in Asia are squeezing every bit of information out of it, including some comparative photos between the 3XL and the 4XL. "No, I said that because I found out that it is packed with a high-refresh rate screen, 90Hz". We'll know everything. We'll know the features, the design, and possibly see a couple of reviews.
The video, which comes courtesy of a YouTube channel named AnhEm TV, reveals a few interesting features. The larger Pixel 4 XL will add a third sensor which could be a Time of Flight (ToF) infrared depth sensor or a spectral sensor. It seems that the Pixel 4 XL handles the test well during the session. Coral Orange and plain black and White. This allows users to hover their hand over the Pixel 4 to view the lock screen, which indicates the time and notifications.More news: Democratic debate: Top 2020 contenders finally on same stage
Indeed, this sensor should also improve the facial recognition of the phone and the latest leaks point in this direction.More news: United States, China Grant Trade Concessions As Fresh Talks Loom