As we get closer to the official unveiling of the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones, more leaks are coming that claim to shed light on what sort of hardware the devices will pack. The latest leak sheds light on the display of the smartphones, and the amount of RAM Google will pack inside the chassis. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to have the same basic features, differing primarily in screen size.
The new leak tips that the smartphones will have 5.7-inch and 6.3-inch displays that are both OLED. The smaller screen will be full HD+ resolution with the larger screen offering Quad HD+ resolution. One important new detail about the displays are that both will be 90Hz screens -- like the OnePlus 7 Pro -- and that Google will call the screen tech "Smooth Display".
Camera specs are also offered in the leak with a pair of rear sensors, with one sporting 12MP resolution with phase-detect autofocus. The other sensor is tipped to be a 16MP telephoto lens. An interesting rumor for camera fans is that Google is said to be developing a DSLR-like attachment for the Pixel that will be offered as an option.
The smaller Pixel 4 smartphone will have a 2,800 mAh internal battery with the larger Pixel 4 XL offering a 3,700 mAh battery per the leak. That is a smaller battery for the base Pixel 4 than the Pixel 3 offered last year. Both smartphones will run the Snapdragon 855 SoC and get 6GB of RAM with both 64GB and 128GB storage versions offered. Some new Google Assistant features that are exclusive the Pixel 4 devices are also expected.
This new Pixel 4 leak certainly isn't the first we have seen. A leak in early July showed that the front screen would have a thicker bezel, but would have no notch. Google has also confirmed a few tidbits about the smartphone, including that it will support Face Unlock and Motion Sense gesture technology.