In recent weeks, we have seen some leaks of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL that have confirmed their designs and details such that both will have a 90 Hz OLED screen and the Snapdragon 855.
The standard Pixel 4 will have a 5.7″ 1080p screen and a 2,800mAh battery, while the larger Pixel 4 XL model will have a 6.3″ 1440p screen and a 3,700 mAh battery.
Google Pixel 4 new leak
Now a new leak confirms and expands the details we already knew about the Pixel’s zoom capacity and its RAM. Thanks to some images shared by a user, we can see the Pixel 4 in all its splendor. The image on the left shows the small standard model in black with the white power button.
Once again, we can see the large top frame that houses the sensors for facial unlocking, Motion Sense gesture recognition and the front camera. We can see that the device is running Android 10 thanks to the suggestions of the Assistant in the lower corners.
The image on the right shows the largest Pixel 4 XL model in white with the orange power button. We get to see the double rear camera that seems to be formed by a 12MP main camera. And a 16MP telephoto camera. The image shows the device without the iconic Pixel double tone finish.
The most important thing, however, are two images that corroborate features that were previously rumored. While the Google Camera application hinted that the Pixel 4 had a telephoto camera. We didn’t know any details about how far it could zoom.
Now we have a photo shows the Google Camera application performing an 8X magnification, although we do not know if it is a lossless zoom. Google will probably combine the optical zoom of the telephoto lens with the super-resolution zoom technique. To produce sharper images with higher magnification.
This image also gives us a better view of the new camera interface. We can see that the shutter button and other controls are now above the camera modes. We can also see that the zoom slider indicates the current magnification level.
Finally, the image on the right shows that the device will have a 6 GB model of RAM.