Gaming Test On Google Pixel 4 Shown In A YouTube Video
Dhir Acharya - Sep 13, 2019
It seems that leaks of the upcoming Google Pixel 4 have so signs of stopping as the latest video posted on a Vietnamese tech review YouTube channel.
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It seems that leaks of the upcoming Google Pixel 4 have so signs of stopping as the latest video posted on a Vietnamese tech review YouTube channel. The video was posted on Thursday by a ReLab, showing tests on gameplays using a demo version of the Pixel 4.
The reviewer said in the video:
In a gaming test to see it the upcoming Pixel 4 could be the next rival to other existing gaming smartphones, the reviewers played PUBG on it.
The handset comes with a thick top bezel, featuring matter materials on the rear and sides of the phone, meaning you can hold it horizontally easily for playing games. And it’s difficult to accidentally touch the screen, according to the video.
In addition, the smartphone houses a 3,700mAh battery. After many leaks, Google confirmed that it’s working on the Pixel 4 smartphone in mid-June.
So far, we have known a number of details about the Google Pixel 4. Firstly, the company may launch the phone in October, featuring one front-facing camera. Second, the phone may work on Android 10, which used to be known as Android Q. Third, the phone will sport a 90Hz display. In terms of cameras, the Pixel 4 is likely to have a dual-lens setup on the back, arranged in a square bump. It may also have enhanced dial-SIM capabilities.
Google did not respond immediately to a comment request.