It looks like Google will ditch its dual-tone back design as well. This latest video purports to show an early demo version of the white Pixel 4 in glorious high definition.
In the mobile's Settings app, a feature was shown called "smooth display" - the description noted that turning it on would increase its refresh rate from 60Hz to 90Hz. But given these look to be the actual devices in the hands on YouTubers the month before an official launch, it's still bad, and shows Google does not have full control over its supply chain.
Tech specs wise, the smartphone may feature the Snapdragon 855 chipset, 6GB RAM + up to 128GB internal storage and a 6.23 inch display.
Now that Apple is done with its iPhone 11 series launch, all eyes are on Google for its Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones. This video is more informal and discussion-based, so you don't see the phone as closely. We just know way too much.
Another new feature that, so far, Google has omitted from its previous Pixel handsets is a pre-installed Recorder app. You can choose from the three color options: orange (coral), white, and black. Additionally, it underlines a third feature that uses the Soli sensor to sense when the user reaches for the device to display notifications and lock screen. Apart from that, the device will also include an OVM7251 IR sensor for face recognition.