Google has been notoriously bad at hiding Pixel devices. If you remember, last year Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL leaked way ahead of launch and we even saw full-fledged unboxing before the devices were launched.
Unfortunately for Google, the story continues with Pixel 4 as well. We have seen plenty of leaks surrounding the Pixel 4. Now, a video has surfaced online that gives us the first look at the upcoming Pixel 4. The hands-on videos were posted from Vietnamese and Thai YouTube channels. The Vietnamese video even compares the Pixel 4 camera samples to that of Pixel 3 XL.
Thanks to the video, we now know that the Pixel 4 will come with a Sony IMX481 telephoto lens, a Sony IMX363 standard lens, and a Sony IMX520 for the front-facing camera. Apart from that, the device will also include an OVM7251 IR sensor for face recognition.
The other video posted by a Thai channel shows the complete device. The video was uploaded in 4K resolution and features a ‘panda’ white variant of Pixel 4. The video also gives us a glimpse at the Smooth Display toggle that “dynamically adjusts the refresh rate between 60 and 90 Hz.”
Google is rumoured to launch the Pixel 4 series on 15th October. With the new information and the leaks, it does look like Google might be able to steal a win with Pixel 4. Unfortunately, the device still lacks the 3.5mm headphone jack so it can’t be a perfect flagship but is close to perfect.