It has finally happened again, folks! Just as we thought Google had got the Pixel leaks situation under control, a new full-blown hands-on video of the Pixel 4 is currently live on a Vietnamese YouTube channel, as we speak. But that’s not all. There’s an actual working Pixel 4 that is on sale at a Vietnamese store and they’re selling it for over $1000. Don’t believe us? Here’s the link to check it out. And this is definitely the biggest leak so for the upcoming series. The video, although in the Vietnamese language, has enough to tell us and confirm many big features of the Pixel 4 series.
We won’t talk much about the design as it is already done and dusted before. What we will talk about is the new features the YouTuber has shown. The video shows a new Camera UI for the series although it seemed it wasn’t fully functional or buggy at least. The 90Hz display setting was also shown under a “Smooth Display” toggle as well as a new Ambient EQ feature that senses the environment lighting and adjusts the display accordingly. The Dark Theme toggle was also shown to be in working condition.
According to the channel host, the smaller Pixel has a 5.7-inch display and the XL has a bigger 6.3-inch panel. Moreover, there’s no fingerprint reader anywhere on the device. Google has scrapped it completely in favour of the more secure IR face scanning biometric. The host also showed gestures on what seems to be unfinished Android 10.0 running the Pixel 4.
Since the Pixel 4 is already on sale unofficially, we feel this is definitely not the last video of the Pixel 4 we’ll see before launch.