Pixel 4 hands-on videos reveal all, including new 'Screen attention' mode

Google Pixel 4 might launch on October 15, new leaked video reveals key features

Google Pixel 4 might launch on October 15, new leaked video reveals key features

Less than a day after images of the Google Pixel 4 and its supposedly new bright orange colour made its way online, another leak has managed to find its way online. Head over to 13:03 in the video to check out the feature in action.

Also shown off are the matte black border and more.

Chances are you won't understand much from the commentary in this hands-on, but just look at the video if you want a detailed look at the upcoming Google Pixel 4 XL.

Google is reportedly working on the next-generation of its flagship lineup, the Pixel 4 series. A new hands-on video by a Vietnamese YouTube channel has showed off some software aspects of the 2019 Pixels that we haven't seen before. It's a feature we normally only see in gaming phones, though the OnePlus 7 Pro is a recent exception.

"As for hardware, we get yet another confirmation of 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage, and a 6.23" 3040x1440 panel on the Pixel 4 XL. There is no doubt that the Pixel 4 and 4 XL will run Android 10 right out of the box. Similar to Apple's True Tone, Ambient EQ dynamically adjusts the display based on your environment's lighting conditions. So the Pixel 4 XL is indeed coral, while the smaller Pixel 4 is flame. The option is called "smooth motion" in the Pixel's Settings, and Google notes that turning it on may reduce battery life, though it appears the phone can automatically change it's refresh rate depending on the content.

Google Pixel 4 XL is expected to feature a 6.23-inch display. That said, one can get a glimpse at the black and white models with the striking black bezels.

The Pixel 4 line is expected to be announced a hardware event in October. The main rear camera uses the Sony IMX363 12.2 MP sensor with f/1.7 aperture, while the telephoto lens is a 16 MP Sony IMX481. 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.