A few days earlier, MySmartPrice spotted an FCC listing revealing that four Pixel 4 devices are in the works; while three are expected to be follow-up models of the 3, 3XL, and budget-friendly 3a, the fourth one is unknown.
The square-shaped camera module is there, looking similar to the iPhone 11. T-Mobile began selling both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a earlier this year, and so it's possible that we'll see the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL hit T-Mo's shelves after they're announced.
The design of new phones is not a secret, some characteristics and expected prices are also known, but there is no announcement date yet. But if you're going to equip the new Pixels with a 90Hz refresh rate for the screen on each model, why not go all out? Now just a month before its official debut, both sizes of the Pixel 4 have shown up in a pair of nearly extensive hands-on videos that may equally satisfy and disappoint fans.
This seems to be a big focal point throughout the video, which comes from YouTube channel ReLab. Did the 90Hz display confirmation really tip things? It follows a barrage of previous leaks that included information about the phone's design, colorways, display, and more.
The video also shows off a bit of the Pixel 4's software, with Google seemingly making some changes to the stock camera app. There are two camera lenses on the rear - one featuring a Sony IMX363 12.2MP sensor with f/1.7 aperture, while the other is a telephoto lens housing a Sony IMX481 16MP sensor.
The new image shows a phone that doesn't have a bezel-less screen.