Google Pixel 4 lineup is still a few months away from being announced, but that isn’t keeping the rumour mill quiet. This time, even Google has confirmed the design of its upcoming flagships by tweeting image from one of its Twitter accounts. The image confirms a dual-camera setup on the Pixel 4 lineup. Today, a report from BGR, allegedly coming from “reliable inside source,” has again hinted at some rumours for the device's screen size and RAM.
According to the report, Google Pixel 4 is expected to come with a display sporting 2280x1080 pixel resolution with a 19:9 aspect ratio. Similarly, the Pixel 4XL is touted to sport a 3040x1440 resolution display with the same, 19:9 aspect ratio. In contrast, the Pixel 3 and 3XL had an 18:9 display at 2160x1080 resolution and an 18.5:9 display at 2960x1440 resolution respectively. It looks like the successors of the Pixel 3 series are expected to sport a bigger display this year.
The report also claims that both the smartphones, Pixel 4/4XL will have 128GB of storage. However, it is still unclear if that will be its base variant. Coming to the RAM, the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL could come equipped with 6GB RAM, which would be the first time for any Pixel device to have more than 4GB RAM.
Other rumoured specifications of the Google Pixel 4/4XL suggest that it might run on the Snapdragon 855 under the hood and a dual-camera setup, with the inclusion of a 16GB telephoto lens. The Pixel 4 series would also be the first Google devices to come with more than one cameras on the back.
The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to launch sometime in October, so there’s plenty of time for more leaks to happen.
|Release Date:||01 Nov 2018|
|Variant:||64GB , 128GB|