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Leaked Photos Confirm Pixel 4 to have 6 GB RAM and 8x Zoom

Pixel 4 and 4 XL are currently the hottest topics being discussed today. Of course, after the success of previous devices, it is but natural that this is the situation. Yesterday, with the source code that Google revealed for Android 10, it was confirmed that the devices would be rocking a 90Hz display. Today we have further news confirming earlier rumors.

According to a recent report on XDADevelopers, there have been more specs of the upcoming Google Pixel series leaked. Unlike before, where there were sources leaking these pieces of information, this time we have photographic proof.

Leaks turned into reality?

According to the article, a user on Weibo posted images of both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Although the photos have been taken down now, there was a lot more to them than met the eye. According to the photos, which are now posted in the article, the display on both devices is visible. As presumed, the devices have a clean notch-less design, although the top side of the phone has a weird forehead to house the cameras and the sensors for facial recognition. The phones feature different colored power buttons once again, which gained a lot of hype from the previous versions. In the photos, the regular Pixel has a white power button and the XL version has an orange one.

There is a rear view of the device as well which features that matrix style camera bump without the dual-tone flash. One of the most interesting ones is the photo where the phone’s camera interface is shown. In that, the user is zooming in onto a building. Upon closer inspection, there is an 8x zoom to the device which, in my opinion, would be a mix of optical and digital zoom, perfected by Google’s software.

Finally, we see a picture from the phone’s memory section which clearly shows 6 GB of available RAM. It is unknown though, which device this screen capture was from but a 6 GB RAM device is almost officially on the table.


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