It has been a long time since a phone has leaked in its entirety like the Google Pixel 4, and now we have even more information regarding the processing hardware. The new flagship from Google will include something called a ‘Pixel Neural Core’, which is the new upgraded version of its imaging chip that made the Pixel 3 the best camera smartphone in 2018.
Other notable features that have leaked regarding the Pixel 4’s upcoming launch are things like car crash detection which can contact first responders and their emergency contacts in case of an accident, a new take on FaceID trying to make it more accessible and touchless gestures. That being said, the ‘Pixel Neural Core’ is really exciting as we are expecting great things from the camera setup on the Pixel 4 which will, for the first time, include multiple cameras on the back.
According to 9to5Google, we’ll be getting a Snapdragon 855, 90Hz high refresh rate displays and 6GB of RAM shared between the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Marked differences between the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are inevitably the screen size (5.7″ vs 6.3″) and battery (2800 mAh vs 3700 mAh). Both offer a choice of 64GB or 128GB storage.
Both devices will have the so called ‘Pixel Neural Core’, which we expect to give the new phones immensely powerful low-light capabilities, like the ‘Pixel Visual Core’ did for the Pixel 3. We are expecting great things from Google with this multi-camera setup they’ve concocted for the first time.
We’re only a couple of weeks away from the launch of the new Google flagship phones, which will officially see the light of day on the 15th of October. Hopefully Google still have a couple of surprises up its sleeves, because there is very little we don’t know about the Pixel 4 at this point.