Video tour of what could be Pixel 4 XL goes online
Video tour of what could be Pixel 4 XL goes online
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Video tour of what could be Pixel 4 XL goes online

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Welcome to Alphabet City, I'm your guide Iyaz Akhtar and you are still the most amazing audience in the world. Well this, is getting ridiculous. There's now a well shot, six minute 4K video on YouTube showing a tour of the Pixel 4 XL. I'll give you the highlights. We see the body of the phone. Take a good look. If you get the white version be aware the camera unit will be black. That rear camera is quickly demoed. Then the front. We also get to see the smooth display setting. When it's on, the phone will dynamically adjust the refresh rate between 60 and 90 Hertz, but that will lead to increase the battery usage. That setting can be turned off. The host of the video starts flicking through the phone to show off the smoothness. They also ran the CPU Z app. Show the pixel four XL is using a Qualcomm SM at 150. That's also known as the Snapdragon 855 CPU z also confirmed the device is the pixel four XL with the code name of coral. The screen is 6.23 inches and there's six gigs of RAM inside. It does not look like this pixel 4 is running the latest assistant when it is brought up. The text reads, your assistant needs some new capabilities and directs the user, to go to the Play Store for an update. Also a promo video showing off the pixel 4 landed on pro android.com. There is a quick demo of the pixel 4 touch lite gesture support. We also see a demo of taking a picture in low light. Then we see the pixel taking a picture of a night sky and guess what? The picture looks good. We then get a full shot of the rear of the device. The phone is turned to its side where you can see a pinkish button. For a brief second, you can see what could be other color options. A green side with a red button, a blue one with the yellow button. I'll tell you what if this is a fake, it's really good. It matches Google style perfectly. I'm inclined to believe that this is the real deal. A user on Reddit pointed the world to a new photo album of the Google Pixel four we get to see the front and back in a very nice clear shot. A video of a coral version of the pixel for popped up. Now that's a lot of leaks, right? But wait, there's more. A lot more. Over at this is tech today they got to look at the motion sensor settings. There's a quick gesture section that lets you skip songs with a hand wave. You can also silence alarms and calls with another wave. The ambient wave can be set to turn on when you're nearby the phone and when you reach for your pixel. Then there are images that are posted on Veygo. They show the setting screen for Face Unlook. Unfortunately, the text was in Chinese. But fortunately, I used Google Lens to get a rough translation as to what it says. Face unlock should work if you wear glasses or even light colored sunglasses. There is a note that says the system will safely store pictures and biometric data, you'll have the ability to delete that info if you want. It seems to warn that siblings who look like you may be able to unlock your phone and take that with a grain of salt, because maybe the translation was not perfect. Nine to five Google has a report about a new pixel feature. May be called hold my phone. Here's how we would work. If you're on a phone call and you're put on hold, you'll be able to pass off the call to assistant. When a person comes back on the line, assistant will let you know. The report says the feature may not be available on the pixel four on day one though. When will all these leaks stop? It may be another month. Evan Blass posted on Twitter quote, Google Fall Event: 10/15? The tweet includes a picture.of a pixel four with the date October 15th. Do you guys think that Google's leaking all the stuff, maybe to get some publicity while that fruit company comes out with its latest phones. Let me know in the comments. It seems like we've seen almost everything about the Pixel 4 XL. I'm really curious as to what other software tricks will wind up in the Pixel 4. As for the hardware, it's been totally exposed at this point. Hey Google, I know you're watching this. Why not just send me a PIxel 4, well maybe this week. It'd be a hoot, a real hoot, I tell you. Last time, we were talking about Nokia getting Android updates in a timely manner. Hugo says essential is like hold my drink running on Android 10 already. Michael also said my essential phone got Android 10 And on day one. Good point, for whatever reason Essential gets its phones updated super quickly. You guys remember Essential? The originators of the notch I believe. Maybe one day the company will release a new phone. Thanks to everyone for writing in. If you've enjoyed this day in Alphabet City, please like and subscribe. I'm [UNKNOWN] and I'll see you online. [MUSIC]

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