The Pixel 3 became one of the most leaked smartphones in recent memory before its launch last year, and now it looks like the Pixel 4 may surpass its predecessor in number of leaks.
The Pixel 4 XL has appeared in yet another hands-on video. This one comes to us from Nextrift, and it gives us lots of good looks at the hardware of Google's next big thing. The matte finish on the back of the Pixel 4 XL is said to be "light" but with a good feel, and around front, the 6.23-inch 3040x1440 display is said to be "really quite good".
Also in the video is an overview of Face Unlock, which includes a setup similar to Apple's Face ID that has you rotate your head in a circular motion. Once setup, unlocked the Pixel 4 XL with your face is described as "really quite fast," and Face Unlock is said to work even if your phone is upside down or if you're in the dark.
We get to see some camera samples from the Pixel 4 XL in the video, and they're compared to shots from a Galaxy S10+. The Pixel's photos have a more natural color reproduction, while the colors in the photos from the Galaxy S10+ are more saturated.
Finally, the video also reaffirms some of the Pixel 4 XL specs that we've heard in the past. Those include a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 3700mAh battery.
Google's Pixel 4 event is happening on October 15, and while we know a lot of what makes the new Pixel phones tick, we're still missing some