When will the Pixel 4 be released: the official date

The launch date of the Pixel 4 has been revealed: Google will hold an event on October 15. The Pixel 4 will have a Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB of RAM

Man little more than a month, sencondo the latest anticipation just arrived, the official presentation of the new top-of-the-line smartphone from Google, the Pixel 4. According to EvLeaks (ie the well-known journalist Evan Blass) the date chosen in Mountain View would be October 15.

The tradition of presenting the Pixel during the month of October, then, it would seem respected this year. Google's first Pixel, in fact, was launched on October 4, 2016, the Pixel 2 arrived on October 4, 2017, and the Pixel 3 on October 9, 2018. The date of October 15, 10:00 am, appears in a rendering of the Pixel 4's front, within the calendar widget visible on the smartphone's screen. Then again, that the Pixel 4 is now practically ready for commercialization, everyone knows a little bit considering the large amount of photos, videos and news leaked on the network in recent weeks.

How will the Google Pixel 4

Among all these recent rumors, there have been several related to the technical characteristics as well. Google's Pixel 4 will be sold, like the Pixel 3, in two "sizes": regular and XL. The Pixel 4a and Pixel 4a XL should also arrive in a few months. The processor of Google's new flagships will almost certainly be Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855, flanked by 6 GB of RAM, while the operating system will be Android 10, which made its debut in early September. The screen will have a refresh rate of 90 Hz, to the delight of gamers.

The same Google has confirmed that the Pixel 4 will have two rear cameras, and everyone assumes that they will be great, like that of the Pixel 3: the latest rumors speak of the Sony IMX481 sensor for the telephoto camera, the Sony IMX363 for the main camera and the Sony IMX481 for the front selfie camera. Also expected is a "Motion Mode" in the camera app, to take photos of moving subjects by perfectly focusing on the protagonist of the scene and blurring everything else. Google also confirmed that the Pixel 4 will feature the "Soli" radar for 3D gestures, but facial unlocking will also happen with the infrared sensor. The latest leak related to the battery, however, speaks of 3,700 mAh for the Pixel 4 XL. Which to many seem too little to get serenely at the end of the day, but Google has already surprised us in the past with the extreme optimization of its smartphones. The autonomy of the Pixel 4, therefore, could surprise us.