Google’s Pixel 4 smartphone might launch on October 15

Joanna Estrada
September 11, 2019

There's also still no launch date for the devices from Google, although an October launch is starting to look very likely.

Gesture controls carry the name Motion Sense, which is consistent with the Edge Sense name used for previous Pixel's squeezeable edge controls. Google Pixel 4 will have a 1,080 x 2,280-pixel resolution display. Evan Blass' leaks seem pretty plausible given the current smartphone trend, but we'll have to wait until the launch event to get confirmed specs. That said, this year Android 10 launched a month later than Android Pie in 2018.

The next image below has a larger model, which certainly seems to be the Pixel 4XL in white with an orange power button popping out on the left.

The smartphone might come with a triple rear camera setup including a 12MP, 16MP, and an unknown sensor.

Google has yet to comment on the latest set of leaks or to confirm any of the details mentioned. It displays the all-new Soli hands-free gestures, agrees to some new Google Photos full voice control features too (via ProAndroid). The picture additional revealed that the Pixel four XL's display screen would shrink barely to supply a 6.23-inch QHD show. Whoever this mysterious source is, he or she clearly has access to unreleased Google gear because these are by far the clearest leaked photos of the Pixel 4 that we've seen so far.

Google has held a Pixel event every October since the introduction of the first-generation Pixel handset that replaced the Nexus line.

The video also showed some glimpses of new Google's Night Sight feature, which is now improved. Let us know in the comments. 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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