Google has finally announces the launch date for its next generation Pixel smartphones. The company will unveil the next Pixel device in a launch event which is schedule to take place in New York on 15th of October.
Google has started to send out invites to media for the launch event. The invite comes with a tagline which reads ‘Come see a few things Made by Google’. The invite clearly shows that there will some more products to be launch along with Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4XL smartphones. The company is expected to launch Pixelbook 2 and new Google Home speakers also in that event.
The LiveStream link for the Google 15th October launch event which is going to take place in New York is Live on Youtube for those who like to join the Google Product launch event. The event will start at 10AM EST (7:30PM IST).
The all new upcoming Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4XL have been in leaked from last couple of months. Few days back it appeared several time in hands-on videos, benchmarks, comparison and review videos. Nearly a tons of information about the upcoming handset design key features, specs, its night sight photography and much more has been out. Apart from that Google has also revealed the designed officially and the new faceID feature.
Recently a Vietnamese Channel ReLab has leaked a video of Google Pixel 4 vs Galaxy Note 10+ camera comparison video and a gaming review video of Google Pixel. Now he posted another video in which he has compared the Google Pixel 4 camera to iPhone XS MAX.
The all new upcoming Google Pixel 4XL, is likely to be Camera centric smartphone similar to its predecessor. As seen in several official and leaked teaser images of Google Pixel 4 series smartphone. It looks like Google has finally adopting the multiple camera setup by adding second telephoto camera. or there might be two camera sensors along with one ToF sensor. Google is also said to add a new astrophotography feature to the Camera this year. It will feature 90Hz display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC, 6GB of RAM and upto 128GB of internal storage.
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