Google’s Pixel 4 smartphone might launch on October 15

Yolanda Curtis
September 11, 2019

The video also shows off Android 10's gestures on the Pixel 4 XL, like activating the Google Assistant by swiping up from one of the lower corners of the screen. That was actually the first time we were able to see that variant of the device. The recently-leaked "panda" color of the Pixel 4 is shown here, and it appears to have a matte/frosted texture to it. Are any of you looking to upgrade your smartphone this year? And, we have already seen some teasers from Google apart from the leaked renders on the web.

Google Pixel 4 might launch on October 15, new leaked video reveals key features

Google's logo is clearly visible on the back of the device.

The YouTuber briefly shows the apps installed on their device, including a Recorder app. The new, square rear camera array (which looks virtually identical to the one Apple is bringing to the next iPhone) is the star of the show, but the bezels are still far more prominent than what we're seeing from most major vendors in 2019. The phone's "forehead" will be thicker than its "chin". Previously, it was reported that Pixel 4 XL will get Quad HD+ display whereas Pixel 4 may carry a 5.7-inch Full HD+ OLED display.

Based on the Google ATAP website for the project, other gestures that you can do include pinching to mimic pressing a button, rubbing your thumb and index finger together in a twisting motion to mimic turning a dial and pinching your fingers and sliding it from side to side to mimic adjusting a slider.

From the photos, it looks like the bottom bezel is thinner than the Pixel 3 series, and according to 91Mobiles, the Pixel 4 XL won't feature stereo speakers. T-Mobile began selling both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a earlier this year, and so it's possible that we'll see the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL hit T-Mo's shelves after they're announced. We already know that the U.S. tech giant is gearing up to launch the new Pixel 4 & Pixel 4 XL smartphones in the market.

Other reports by iNewsToday