We did hear of an earlier leak suggesting a potential October 4 date, but that just didn't seem convincing enough.
The video displays Google latest camera phone and boasts that you can take photos "Even in the dark", using the company's Night Sight feature, and boasts that "You even get the stars" with the new astro functionality. We saw more Pixel 4 units in the wild than ever before, complete with an additional, unexpected color for the series.
With Google Pixel 4 leaks seemingly never-ending, today brings us more leaks on Google's upcoming flagship.
As a reminder, Google introduced Pixel 3 lineup past year in October.
Unfortunately for Google, the story continues with Pixel 4 as well. There's an actual working Pixel 4 that is on sale at a Vietnamese store and they're selling it for over $1000. This will likely open the Pixel Themes app for customizing the accent colors, font, icon shape, and more on the Pixel 4.
The Pixel 4 image above also confirms what we already knew about the phone. The videos actually show off all three variants of the Pixel 4 XL with the coral flavour extremely in-your-face vibrant - not very Googley IMO. The camera app doesn't work and regularly crashes, especially when the individual attempts to launch Portrait mode. There's some speculation the device is due to be announced October 15, but Google might consider moving up that date before there's nothing left to share.
"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.
The images also show both the black and white colour options for the device, as well as a new oversized top bezel to house the rumoured Soli-powered "Motion Sense" radar sensors, which will apparently simplify shooting fast-moving objects. What remains now is only a good look at the phone's features, especially the motion-sensing gestures and the dual camera.