Google Pixel 4 Leaked Video & GIF Show Black & White Variants; Offer First Look At The Flagship Device
A couple of interesting Google Pixel 4 leaks recently surfaced online. One is in the form of a video that shows all the angles of the flagship device from Google. The other leak is in the form of GIF that reveals the clean white version of the next Google Pixel smartphone.
Slashleaks first spotted the video of the Google Pixel 4 from the Facebook page of a retailer in Malaysia. The brief clip shows the alleged Google Pixel 4 XL being booted up, revealing the same Google logo present in all other Pixel smartphones. Additionally, the video gives us a closer and clearer look at the bezels enclosing the display.
Furthermore, the video of the alleged Google Pixel 4 reveals that the top bezel that houses the speaker, camera, and several other sensors are slightly larger. A swift turn of the device shows the speaker grills and the same power button that were earlier shown in leaks and renders. The back part of the device is completely made of glass containing the Google logo at the bottommost part.
Aside from the video, a GIF showing the white variant of Google Pixel 4 also surfaced online today. It can be recalled that Google officially confirmed in the past a couple of features of the Google Pixel 4. The mini-clip reveals all other features that were either previously leaked or rumored.
The details shown in the GIF also align to the video that was released earlier, showing Google Pixel 4. One of these is the sizeable top bezel that reportedly houses Google's Face Unlock technology along with the Google Soli sensor that will allow users to use gesture to manipulate the Google Pixel 4 without the need to touch it.
There is also an orange button on the side that stands out against the all-white smartphone. Additionally, the GIF reveals that Google Pixel 4 has round corners. The Google Pixel 4 is rumored to sport a 5.7-inch display while its brother the nigger Google Pixel 4 XL will be released with a 6.3-inches display. Both models will have a 90 Hz refresh rate and will allegedly run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. Both devices are expected to be unveiled in October.
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Just like all other leaks and render, these details must be taken with a barrel of salt and with great skepticism since these are not official details from the search engine giant.