Google Pixel 4 series may feature 90Hz display and only dual rear cameras
We’ve still got a few more flagships to watch out for before the end of 2019. The Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL are one series we’re all excited for and if they are following their previous trends, we may be seeing this smartphone launched in October. New leaked info have emerged mentioning that the device may be featuring a 90Hz display.
2 variants of the phone will be out with the Pixel 4 measuring at 5.7 inches with a FHD+ display and the Pixel 4 XL measuring at 6.3 inches with a QHD+ display. The 90Hz display has been named “Smooth Display”. Pixel fans may be a little disappointed this year as Google may only be equipping the devices with a dual rear setup. We might be seeing their usual 12MP main sensor with a 16MP (telephoto sensor). Super Res Zoom lens has apparently been taken off and it seems like we may only be seeing Google equip the phone with an ultrawide angle lens next year which is quite late.
On the bright side, Google is apparently developing a “DSLR-like” accessory for the Pixel 4. Our guess is that it might act as a different lens that can be attached to the smartphone’s camera. However, no other info has been found about it. Other than that, tech specs for the devices may include 6GB RAM + 64GB/128GB internal storage, the Snapdragon 855 and Android Q. The Pixel 4 may be powered by a 2800mAh battery capacity and the Pixel 4 XL a 3700mAh battery capacity. Honestly, these specs are quite outdated, especially when we’ve seen what other Android phones out there can do.
Make sure to take this info with some salt as no official announcement has been made from Google themselves. No price or release date has been mentioned so let’s wait till then. As usual, if you want the latest Google news, make sure to stay tuned to TechNave.com!