Well-known leaker Evan Blass tweeted an image of the Pixel 4 with a date prominently displayed on the screen: October 15th.
The outlet also insisted, citing a reliable source, the Pixel 4 will boast improvements to Google's signature Night Sight feature. Whatever it is, it's perfectly clear that the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL both have three lenses on the back. However, there will also be the option of switching between 60Hz and 90Hz display dynamically. Google's new flagship handsets won't have ugly notches like the Pixel 3 XL, but the phones won't look almost as good as the iPhone 11 or Galaxy Note 10.
Unfortunately for Google, the story continues with Pixel 4 as well. This time, the company might push it a little further to October 15, according to leakster Evan Blass. The main rear camera uses the Sony IMX363 12.2 MP sensor with f/1.7 aperture, while the telephoto lens is a 16 MP Sony IMX481. This has been confirmed as a Pixel 4 feature plenty of times already, so there's not much to say here.
Rounding out the next-gen Pixel flagships will be a Project Soli radar that enables a bunch of different gestures which also leaked recently and a wide-angle selfie camera that's capable of replacing the regular camera with cropping and Super Res Zoom software. This video is more informal and discussion-based, so you don't see the phone as closely. Google said Motion Sense will be available in select Pixel countries.
The final Pixel 4 feature is an all-new 3D facial recognition system that'll rival Apple's improved Face ID system that was recently introduced alongside the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. Google Pixel 4 will automatically recognize the user when they hold the phone. Like any other face unlock, only this should record your face with more security, or something. The camera design looks similar to the iPhone 11 but less protruding.
Moreover, the hardware appeared to also ditch the signature two-tone design of previous Pixels in favour of a single tone and texture. But the bezels remain to house the many sensors on Pixel 4.