Leaks Show Images of Pixel 4 and 4XL With Some Amazing Features

    A smartphone a year!

    Since 2016, Google follows a stable month like October to launch its Pixel handsets. Starting with Pixel in October 2016, Google got Pixel 2, 2XL, 3 and 3XL, all in the months of October. So this gives us a suggestion to guess the timeframe of Pixel 4 – October again.

    Leaks Show Images of Pixel 4 and 4XL With Some Amazing Features

    Pixel 4
    Pixel 4

    Right after Google developer’s conference every time, the company would announce its latest devices to the world with flagship features.

    And now, even before its official launch, there’s already leaked images circulating online with some expected new features.

    Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL are the expected names set up.

    The leaks show the ditching of bezel framework and sporting the punch-hole display, just like Samsung Galaxy’s Infinity-O. Seems Google isn’t that obsessed with notches and tries increasing the screen size to the maxim, just like others.

    Imaging section is always a niche for Pixel devices. Capturing the power of Pixel 3 with its single rear camera outsmarted many flagships last year. Now imagine what could happen if Google embeds two lenses at the rear? It’s doing so with Pixel 4XL! Let’s see what this thing can do.

    Pixel 4XL
    Pixel 4XL


    This one’s always favorable to Google. As the company’s proprietary OS is first preferred to Pixel devices, there’s also a guess that Pixel 4 series comes with Android Q out of the box.

    The Android Q was just announced and about to go in beta versions for many devices soon. But for the stable version, all others need to stand in the queue after Pixel 4.


    Features like improved facial recognition and system-wide dark theme are expected. With updated security and 5G within, Pixel 4 is all set to take over other flagships soon.

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