With the new year comes a new pair of smartphones from the company behind the Android platform. It seems that only a few months ago Google announced the Pixel 3 and 3 XL with their slightly disappointing design. Apparently they have heard the critics and will deliver for the first time.
Thanks to the acquisition of 2,000 HTC engineers who previously worked on the Pixel devices, Google is now fully in the hardware business with the Google Pixel 3 and 3. XL is the first fully developed smartphone in-house. The Google Pixel 4 (and 4 XL) are designed by the same team, but this time it will not look like the previous pixels.
However, this change is not without compromise. As with the headphone jack, features for better design are lost. However, due to early leaks, this is a victim that fans can afford.
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The Google Pixel 4 has a completely new design for the front and back of the phone with minimal bezels and no indentation. The upper and lower bezels are also minimal, which forces removal of the forward facing stereo speakers. It will use facial recognition similar to face recognition and will eventually equip the rear cameras with multiple lenses.
As with each of the last pixel starts, Google Pixel 4 is likely to start in the first two weeks of October. Pre-orders will start on the day of the event and will be published within one week of the announcement date.
Release Date: October 201
Pre-Order Date: October 2019
Announced: October 2019
We assume that Google Pixel 4 (and 4 XL ) will have at least 128 GB of space. There should also be a second model with 256 GB. While there are smartphones with 512 GB and 1 TB of internal memory, Google usually offers only low-end storage options. With the release of the end of the year, there is a possibility that Google supports UFS 3.0. In this case, you should expect twice the reading and writing speeds of Google Pixel 3. Like its predecessor, expandable storage is not supported.
Available storage: 128 GB and 256 GB
Expandable storage: no
Price for everything
We expect both Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL to increase prices by $ 100 Raise dollars. At a retail price of $ 799, this would mean that the smaller of two phones starts at $ 899. Based on the starting price of $ 899 for Google Pixel 3 XL, we expect a starting price of $ 499 for Pixel 4 XL. This is the first pixel smartphone with a variant over $ 1,000.
The case uses the same material as most flagship smartphones in 2019 , Glass on the front and back for wireless charging and an aluminum frame for a long life. Google has even confirmed some of the basics of design by publishing a phone rendering on its official MadeByGoogle Twitter account.
Frame: Aluminum, Glass
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The Pixel 4. Image from MadeByGoogle / Twitter
The dimensions are not known yet, but first rumors suggest it will be about as big as its predecessor. However, we can assume that it is waterproof and dustproof to IP68, supports all four wireless carriers (as well as US Cellular and Google Fi), and does not have an infrared blaster. Active Edge returns and allows you to access Google Assistant by pressing the phone pages.
Dust / Water Resistance: IP68  Supported Vehicles: Verizon, AT & T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Mobile, Google Fi
Infrared Blaster: no
As with all today's phones, we expect for the Pixel 4 an operating temperature of 32 ° F to 95 ° F.
Operating Temperature: 32 ° to 95 ° F
Non-operating Temperature: ## º to ## º F
Relative Humidity: ## º to ## º F non-condensing
Operating altitude: to ##, ### foot (though possible) more)
The Pixel Lineup always runs in series with Android. Although this version is not necessarily ASOP (Android Open Source Project), it is similar to "pure" Android outside of custom ROMs. There will be some improvements for pixel users, such as: Active Edge and additional special features that Google adds to Pixel 4.
Version: Stock Android (Pixel Version)
We Currently we do not know how big the display will be on one of the two phones, but we can make some well-founded guesswork. Since it is unlikely that Google will reduce the size, we assume that the Pixel 4 will be at least 5.5 inches and the 4 XL at least 6.3 inches. Both will have OLED panels (more than likely made by Samsung) with support for HDR and always-on display. We expect the Pixel 4 XL to have QHD + resolution and Pixel 4 at least FHD + resolution.
With the launch of Google Stadia in November, there is a chance that Google will opt for a higher refresh rate ad to promote the new gaming platform. Currently, only pixels 3 and 3a (along with their XL counterpoints) are compatible with the service on the mobile side, with all expectations that Pixel 4 will be on that list. Since the service can eventually reach a frame rate of over 60 fps, Google could opt for a screen with higher refresh rates, which can output so many pictures.
According to rumors, there will also be a Google version of Apple's True Sound, so the display automatically adjusts white balance to suit the environment. The screen will be more consistent and less feature that iPhone fans can claim to have pixel devices.
Screen size: Min. 5.5 inches (Google Pixel 4), min. 6.3 inches (Google Pixel 4 XL)
Screen resolution: min. 1080p (Google Pixel 4), min. 1440p (Google Pixel 4 XL)
Total pixels: Unknown
Pixel Density: Unknown
Screen Type: OLED
Screen -to- Body Ratio: Unknown
Aspect Ratio: Unknown
Minimum Brightness: Unknown
Maximum Brightness: Unknown
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz (60 Hz for touch detection)
Color Temperature: Unknown
Color Scale: Unknown
The SoC of choice for Android flagships in 2019 in the US is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. The Google Pixel 4 comes with this system-on-aa chip. We do not know if Google will overclock the SoC again to make up for the smaller battery. Early rumors say that this is the year when RAM is finally upgraded to 6 GB, but we'll believe it when we see it.
Battery  Based on its predecessor we expect a battery of at least 2,915 mAh in Pixel 4 and at least 3,430 mAh in Pixel 4 XL. It will support wireless charging via the Qi standard. It supports fast wired charging via USB Power Delivery and includes this charger in the box.
Battery: Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
Capacity: 2,915 mAh (Google Pixel 4), 3,430 mAh (Google Pixel 4 XL)
Wired Charging: Yes, USB Power Supply
Wireless Charging: Yes, Qi Charging
According to Unbox Therapy, five units are housed in the upper panel of various picture units. If this turns out to be the case, we can almost certainly assume that Google Pixel 4 uses a face recognition that is similar to the face recognition feature of the Apple iPhone. With Android 10 officially supporting this new secure authentication method, this rumor may turn out to be true.
What this means for photography is a much better selfie camera. The front-facing camera could use the details of other image sensors for depth mapping. AR should now be better with these sensors, and there should be improvements for some third-party apps like Snapchat.
There is also the rumor that the dual-front camera will be housed in a hole similar to the Samsung S10 +. This contradicts the previous rumors considerably, so we do not know if this is the case. Hopefully, things will get clearer as we approach October.
Image Stabilization: Yes, EIS
RAW support: Unknown
object recognition: Unknown
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sensor size: Unknown
Flash: Yes, LED
Image Stabilization: Yes, OIS and EIS
RAW support: Yes
Lens cover: Sapphire crystal
Object recognition: Unknown
Formats: JPEG, RAW
The videography should be that of the predecessor with a video recording of up to 4K at 60 are similar to fps. Thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, the slow motion at 720p should improve to 480 fps.
Resolution: 720p, 1080p and 4K
Maximum Frame Rate: 30 fps for 720p, 60 fps for 1080p and 4K
Slow Motion: Yes, 1080p at 120 or 240 fps and 720p at 480 fps
Time Lapse: Yes, Unknown
Flash Access: Unknown
Image Stabilization: Unknown
Object recognition: Unknown
Formats: H.264, H.265
Despite the return of the headphone jack in Google Pixel 3a will not return it in Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL. This was expected since it has been missing for two years and most sectors are moving in this direction. Maybe there will be a Google Pixel 4a next year that will keep the port.
There will be no forward looking stereo speakers. It is likely that they will continue to include stereo speakers that use the earpiece and a lower speaker but are no longer aimed at you.
3.5mm Headphone Jack: No or Yes
Stereo Speakers: No or Yes (Where)
Microphones: # Total (where)
Maximum Speaker Volume: ## dB
As this is a Google developed phone, it will have the usual list of Android supported codecs. This list contains some new entries: Opus, AV1 and HDR10 +. Opus is an open and royalty-free codec that offers better quality than MP3. AV1 is an open and license-free video codec that acts as an alternative to H.264.
Due to the alleged Including a secure face recognition, Google Pixel 4 expects a laser and an infrared sensor. These are some of the best facial recognition options because the system can create an accurate 3D rendering of your face to store and compare.
The phone is also said to have a new Project Soli sensor. This is a new radar sensor that tracks sub-millimeter motion. Similar to the LG G8 ThinQ, you can control your phone without touching it, though this implementation should be much more accurate. This sensor will be one of the five image sensors in the upper panels next to the front-facing camera.
Ambient Light: Yes
Color Temperature: Yes
Pedometer: no [Nearby: yes
We expect Google Pixel 4 to provide the same support for satellite navigation systems.
Galileo: yes [19659010 no
The new system-on-a-chip system for Google Pixel 4 supports Wi-Fi standards 80.211.ad, ay, and ax. However, as most phones have not yet included these additional standards, we do not expect Pixel 4 to meet these standards for the moment. However, this could change so that we keep you up to date.
Because Dual SIM is more heavily supported in Android 10, we think it makes sense to use the unlocked version of Google Pixel 4 Dual SIM. In addition to the fact that the Pixel 3 was a dual SIM card (via a second eSIM slot), it makes sense for Google to use this feature again.
Wi-Fi: 802.11a / b / g / n / AC 2.4 GHz + 5.0 GHz
NFC: yes  Cellular: Nano-SIM, eSIM
Connector: USB Type-C
We do not know anything official about the bands of the new Pixel 4, but expect at least the same LTE band support like his predecessor.
Early rumors indicate that the biometric choice of pixel 4 will be face recognition. Similar to Face ID, Google puts all the sensors in a top bezel and uses them to create a 3D map of your face that is stored on the Titan M chip. Each time you try to unlock your phone, look at the sensors, compare your face with the card, and if it is determined to match, your device will unlock.