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White Pixel 4 Model Spotted in the Wild Sporting a Cleaner Finish Than Black Variant

Sep 5, 2019 11:25 EDT
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Earlier, a hands-on video showed the black version of Google’s upcoming flagship and now a GIF of the white Pixel 4 has popped up. The tech giant itself has confirmed a couple of features of its upcoming phone range and most of the remaining ones have allegedly been leaked, but there’s always something special to see a device in the flesh.

According to the mini-clip, the white Pixel 4 will be the same as various renders have indicated. This means there will no notch like there was on the Pixel 3 XL. Instead, there will be a sizeable top bezel to house the Face Unlock technology as well as the Soli sensors for carrying out gesture-based functions. The two-tone design seems to be gone and there is an orange button on the side which pops against the all-white device. The corners of the phone seem rounded and the all too familiar square bulge is also present to accommodate the multiple camera system. Apparently, the phone seems to have a new camera UI and a new, previously unseen app as well.

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While it’s surprising that Google has stuck to the good old top bezel for the various sensors when others are moving towards pop-up cameras and pinhole displays, it’s decidedly better than the ugly notch on its previous phones. As for other details, you can expect the volume and power keys to be on the right. There will apparently be dual speakers towards the bottom, alongside a Type USB-C port. It goes without saying that the two models of the Pixel 4 that were allegedly shown in the different videos today do not seem to have a headphone jack. Still, we’ll admit that the white Pixel 4 looks much cleaner that the black finish and the fingerprints won’t be as prominent.

The Pixel 4 is expected to sport a 5.7-inch display, while the bigger Pixel 4 XL model will supposedly come with a 6.3-inch display. Both phones are reportedly going to have a 90Hz refresh rate and will presumably be fueled by the Snapdragon 855. It’s expected that both models will be announced in October, with both the black and white Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL available almost immediately. Which color do you like the most from these two leaks? Let us know by commenting below.

News Source: Telegram

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