The Google Pixel smartphones, Pixel 4 and 4 XL, is all set to launch on October 15, according to a promotional image of the device shared by American tech blogger Evan Blass.
New Delhi, Sept 17: The Google Pixel smartphones, Pixel 4 and 4 XL, is all set to launch on October 15, according to a promotional image of the device shared by American tech blogger Evan Blass.
The image shows that the device will have a large bezel at the top and it might not have a physical fingerprint sensor anywhere. It also reveals that the Pixel 4 XL is powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset, and not the 855+.
In addition, the devices would feature a new Motion Mode for action scenes, an enhanced Night Sight feature and would offer 8x zoom, The Verge reported on Wednesday.
The new Motion Mode is said to allow users to capture high-quality action shots with moving subjects in the foreground and blurry backgrounds.
The Night Sight feature would include speed-related enhancements, allowing the phone to take better pictures at night.
For 8x zoom, it is unclear whether the camera would feature optical zoom or a combination of both optical and digital.
Google Pixel fans can expect a brighter camera and beefed-up processing power in the upcoming Pixel 4 XL, according to new leaked images of a pre-release Pixel 4 XL provided by Vietnamese phone shop D Store Mobile, the media reported.
The primary rear camera will reportedly snapshot with a brighter f/1.73 aperture. Last year's Pixel 3 had an aperture of f/1.8.
The details of the telephoto camera aren't available as of now but it can be safely presumed there would be significant improvements to low-light photos and close-ups.
The speedy 90Hz OLED screen remains the highlight, but one will also get a Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB RAM, a 3,700mAh battery (on the XL) and 128GB of UFS storage on at least one model, according to Engadget.