The floodgates of the Pixel 4 leaks have officially opened wide.
After a couple of hands-on videos showing off the Pixel 4 XL leaked yesterday, the upcoming Google flagship has appeared in two more leaks. Up above you can see a video from Vật Vờ Studio (via 9to5Google) that shows off the hardware of the Pixel 4 XL as well as some of its front-facing camera performance.
The clip also lists off some of the Pixel 4 XL's specs. They include a 6.23-inch 3040x1440 AMOLED display, Snapdragon 855 processor, and 3700mAh battery.
Meanwhile, a separate leak from Genk.vn (via Android Police) offers up several high-quality hands-on photos of the Pixel 4 XL. They show off the hardware of the phone, including the rear cameras, matte sides, and orange power button, as well as software features like the Smooth Display toggle that enables a 90Hz refresh rate and Ambient EQ that'll dynamically adjust the display based on surrounding light levels.
The photos also show off what it'll be like to set up face unlock on the Pixel 4 XL. It's similar to the way that you set up Face ID on the iPhone, with the Pixel 4 XL asking you to slowly rotate your head in a circle so that it can get a complete scan of your face.
The face unlock setup also offers a few notes on Google's facial unlocking feature. For example, it says that glasses and lightly tinted sunglasses are okay and that the images and biometric data used for face unlock are securely stored, never leave your phone, and can be deleted at any time. Google also notes that looking at the phone can unlock it even if you don't intend to and that your phone could be unlocked by someone who looks a lot like you, such as an identical sibling.
Unfortunately, face unlock didn't actually work on this Pixel 4 XL unit, so we don't yet know how well it performs in actual use.