The new Google Pixel 4 will be unveiled next October, so it's time for us to start talking harder about them. In this sense, we have a new report from the BGR site that confirms some of its specifications.
Confirmed Specifications for Google Pixel 4
- Pixel 4 will bring 2280 x 1080 pixel resolution screen
- Pixel 4 XL will have a screen resolution of 3040 x 1440 pixels
- 6GB of RAM
- 128GB internal memory
Thanks to the sources on the BGR site we learn that the new Pixel will have slightly larger screens than Pixel 3. Although we don't know how big it is, we see that its resolutions will be slightly higher than its predecessors.
Regarding RAM, we see a slight increase compared to Pixel 3. This time, Google smartphones will come with 6GB of RAM, in contrast to the 4GB of last year's models.
Lastly, we have the indication that these smartphones will come with 128GB storage option. It is still unclear whether this will be the base version of Google Pixel 4. Other variants may be under development, but this is speculation.
Google has already confirmed the rear design of the Pixel 4
In a move that will have surprised many, Google has confirmed part of the design of the Pixel 4. It was through your Twitter account that we learn that these models will come with a square module.
Inside we will finally have two photographic lenses. Pixels have always stood out for the quality of their cameras, even with a single lens. Now that Google will add another lens, will photographic quality standards rise even higher?
Rumors indicate that this second lens will be zoomed. We do not know yet how deep it will be, but certainly more details will come in the near future.
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