The Google Pixel 4 XL front and back renders.PriceBaba/Onleaks

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.

A Google Pixel 4 XL leak via 91mobiles.91mobiles

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.

What would you like to see on the Pixel 4 phones? Give us your wishlist in the comments!

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