The stream of Google Pixel 4 leaks has turned into a fast-flowing river ahead of the October launch window. The latest leak may have just given us a look at screen details and the phone’s chipset.
A picture obtained by 91mobiles shows an apparent Google Pixel 4 XL running an app that lists a few hardware specifications. So what should you expect?
Well, the app lists a Snapdragon 855 processor rather than the Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, for one (the clock speeds corroborate this info). This isn’t a big deal, as the Snapdragon 855 Plus is only a marginal improvement over the vanilla version. Heck, our Speed Test G benchmark show that the standard Snapdragon 855 still holds an advantage over the Galaxy Note 10‘s new Exynos 9825 processor.
The app also shows off what appear to be the Pixel 4 XL’s display information, listing a 6.23-inch (19:9) 1440 x 3040 display. This means we could be looking at a slightly smaller display than the Pixel 3 XL‘s 6.3-inch 1440 x 2960 panel, albeit with a tweaked aspect ratio. Either way, you can expect a sharp OLED screen.
This latest leak also comes after a series of leaks in the past few days. We’ve seen images and a video purportedly showing a Coral Pixel 4, as well as a supposed TV ad for the new phone. Serial tipster Evan Blass also tweeted a possible October 15 launch event for the new phones. We’re betting that this won’t be the last Pixel 4 leak we see before its unveiling.
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