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Google Pixel 4 XL to Come with 6.23-inch Display, Snapdragon 855

Google Pixel 4 XL to Come with 6.23-inch Display, Snapdragon 855”

To recall, the Pixel 3 XL had a 6.3-inch screen.

Meanwhile, This Is Tech Today is about to shoot to the top is the YouTube charts with an exclusive look at the Pixel 4's much-rumoured gesture controls brought about by Google's Project Soli.

Of course, we're sure that no-one is keeping score on this point in particular, but given the very public grievances with Huawei we can imagine that Google's engineers are keen to have a superior astro mode in the Pixel 4. While it can't be a one hundred percent reliable source to draw the conclusion from, we've seen the release date getting leaked in a similar fashion in the past and most importantly, majority of those leaks later proved to be one hundred percent accurate.

In a recently deleted post on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, a user shared some original photos of a working Google Pixel 4. This video is more informal and discussion-based, so you don't see the phone as closely. Published by tipster Evan Blass who has a pretty solid track record when it comes to smartphone leaks, an official-looking press render appears to provide a clear glimpse at the Google Pixel 4's front panel. Following an endless stream of hands-on photos and some low-res videos, we now have two high-quality videos showcasing the Pixel 4 in its full glory.

Google Pixel 4 XL to Come with 6.23-inch Display, Snapdragon 855

Google's logo is clearly visible on the back of the device. It also confirms that the display will have a 3040×1440 QHD+ resolution, with a pixel density of 540ppi.

The YouTuber briefly shows the apps installed on their device, including a Recorder app. Similarly to other phone makers, Google will be opting for a higher refresh rate, with the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL both set to use 90Hz displays, which Google will dub "Smooth Display".

Continuing with software, the Pixel 4 reportedly features an "Ambient EQ" toggle.



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