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Google Pixel 4XL Hands-on Videos Reveal even more about Google’s upcoming flagship device

Google Pixel 4XL screenshot

After Apple’s “Special” Event that led to the announcement of new iPhones, the focus has now been shifted to Google’s upcoming device Pixel 4. Google already teased a few upcoming features – the unusual.

Google stated Pixel 4 Series would have improved camera with a new soli sensor and Face Unlock. However, leaks have not stopped flowing since then. Surprisingly even hands-on videos have now become the news of the day.

In a hand-on video showcased on YouTube (in South Korean), tons of information about Google Pixel 4 XL has been revealed. Firstly, Pixel 4 XL has a 6.3-inch AMOLED display with 3,040 x 1,440 pixels resolution resulting in a high 539 pixels per inch density. It has also become clear that the 90Hz display rumors are true.

Surprisingly, the front of the device does not have a notch; instead, Google still prefers going with the top thick bezels. The top bezel house a selfie camera, Soli motion sensor, and a face unlock hardware.

The back of the device has one uniform texture, unlike in Google Pixel 3 and 3XL. Google is also bringing a new feature called Ambient EQ for adjusting the white balance on display to suit the environment.

Under the hood, the video reveals a Snapdragon 855 SoC aided by 6GB of RAM. The internal storage showcased on the video is 128GB, but it is not clear if this will be the high-end model.

A different hands-on video has showcased a Pixel 4XL running Snapdragon chipset, similar RAM and ROM. The rear camera is reportedly a Sony IMX481 16MP telephoto lens plus another Sony 12MP IMX 363 lens for wide-angle shots. On the front, the selfie camera is an 8MP f/2.0 snapper. This video is also not in English.

Google Pixel 4XL will come in three variants; Black, white, and yellow. Google is expected to launch its new devices in October.

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