Google Pixel 4 leaks continue ahead of October launch

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The outlet says the utility is a redesign of the wallpaper picker function found on previous Pixel devices, but there's more to it than choosing a background.

Within the absence of three weeks for the presentation of the brand new Google Pixel, and maybe some residence automation gadgets that compete with the brand new Amazon, a brand new video of the Google Pixel 4XL has been revealed confirming among the traits we already knew.

Finally, it said that the Google Pixel 4 XL screen display has a 90Hz refresh rate, but there's also an option to switch it back to 60Hz. The front camera is seen at the top of the display. One big letdown is that the phone doesn't come with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC and will carry the last generation Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory.

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Google Pixel 4 XL is expected to come with the Face Unlock feature. They mention that the Pixel 4's face unlock technology setup process is similar to Apple's Face ID and that "a quick glance" is enough to unlock the smartphone. This means Face Unlock will be the only form of biometric authentication on the phone. One of its unique features is the Motion Sense achieved through Google's Project Soli.

Another report from the same publication shows the different features that will be available with the Pixel 4 XL.

The following are somewhat minor things/changes and new features that wouldn't usually get a lot of spotlight during a phone's launch, but because this phone is still quite a ways from being announced, and it's a Google Pixel, it's cool to talk about. The downside of this is probably that Google Assistant 2.0 is in an always-listening mode, which may not sit well with privacy conscious users.

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