Google Pixel 4 will have a dedicated astrophotography mode, leaked video shows

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I'm not sure if I like the glossy finish of the black Pixel 4 XL but I will reserve my final judgement for once I have tried the device. That, however, is "confirmed" by leaked photos of the Pixel 4 XL.

The video confirms several interesting features that have been anticipated for the Pixel 4. Some of its most impressive features, such as Night Sight, are exclusive to Pixel handsets. There are plenty of other questions about the Pixel 4 that the video doesn't address.

Google's Pixel 4 is expected to be a major change from past Pixel phones.

All told, fancy camera features and excellent image quality are already some of the biggest selling points of Google's Pixel phones, so it shouldn't really be surprise that Google has been working on some new tricks for its upcoming flagship handset. For those not in the know, 90Hz refresh rate is a breakthrough technology and it has a massive advantage over the 60Hz Galaxy Note 10. Another image also showed that the phone running on 6 GB of RAM. Both phones will of course come with the latest version of Android, Android Q. "The standard Pixel 4 will have a 5.7" 1080p screen and a 2,800mAh battery. This feature will allow you to take control without touching your phone. Neither will they be featuring a 3.5mm headphone jack.

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Other than the potential for nighttime photography, the video doesn't add anything new to what we already know about the Pixel 4. The two cameras will feature a 12MP and a 16MP sensor. Also present is a wide-angle selfie camera that'll likely produce regular selfie shots through a combination of cropping and Super Res Zoom software. And since IFA was last week, now's a good time to get started on them.

So for now, we'll have to take a lot of these with a grain of salt.

It also shows off the next generation super-fast Google Assistant we were introduced to at Google I/O 2019.

We can see that the white Pixel 4 XL variant is less shiny compared to the glossy black variant. We will keep you updated.