With only a month left for the launch set on 10th October, some new images of the Google Pixel 4 have been leaked online that reveal a lot more than what was known about it till now. Unlike the previous Google Pixel phones or most flagship phones these days, there haven’t been a lot of leaks on the Pixel 4 yet, except some renders and one video last week that showed the phone from all angles. However, some important information has been leaked recently, and this new leak details on some features we already know of -Pixel 4’s camera zoom capability and upgraded RAM.
Leaked photos on Weibo
In a recently deleted post on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, a user shared some original photos of a working Google Pixel 4. The user shared images of what are most likely two different models of the Pixel 4 -the standard variant and the Pixel 4 XL. The image below shows what is likely to be a smaller, standard variant of Pixel 4 in black with a white power button on the right side. The photo also confirms the previous leaks of a notch-less display with a top bezel that includes an array of sensors for face unlocking, motion sensing, and the front camera. The phone comes with Android 10 out-of-the-box, which is visible from the Google assistant seen at the bottom.
The next image below has a larger model, which certainly seems to be the Pixel 4XL in white with an orange power button popping out on the left. It has a dual-lens rear camera setup as expected, which in all likeliness is a 12MP primary camera coupled with a 16MP telephoto lens. Unlike the previous models, Google seems to have ditched the dual-tone body with Pixel 4. Both the photos have confirmed almost every design-related leak and render highlighted in the past.
The other two leaked pictures give us a better look at the Pixel 4’s features. The first one shows the camera at work, zooming into 8X magnification, although it doesn’t seem to be an entirely lossless zoom. It seems that the phone may have an optical zoom from the telephoto lens combined with Google’s Super Res Zoom software for clear and detailed photos on high magnifications. The photo also gave us an insight into the brand new Google Camera UI.
The last image shows a device information app running on the phone- probably something like the Phone manager app we see on Realme phones – that shows a 6GB RAM at work.
Now, there’s hardly any basic specification that we don’t know about the smartphone. What remains now is only a good look at the phone’s features, especially the motion-sensing gestures and the dual camera. All users can do now is wait for the launch on 10th October, or probably another leak before it.