The Google Pixel 4 leaks just keep on coming.

Over the past few weeks, there have been numerous images and videos posted online claiming to show what could be coming soon from the US technology firm.

However, the latest set of photos to be published have to be some of the most comprehensive to date and Google surely won’t like it one bit.

Posted by technology website, The Verge, the images claim to be a Pixel 4 XL test unit.

Not only do they show off the all-new design but also a bunch of specs including battery size, security specs and processor.

The images were leaked via a Vietnamese-based shop called D Store and, although it’s not clear how they acquired the device, it does appear genuine.

There’s a total of 21 pictures which you can view here but the images seem to back up what many have been expecting.

This includes a triple rear camera, which is sure to improve the Pixel’s photography credentials, and a screen that now ditches the ugly notch found on the Pixel 3 XL.

There’s could also be a fast Snapdragon 855 processor tucked under the hood to provide a speed boost and there’s a 3,700mAh battery which could get faster-charging speeds.

In one image of the phone’s settings you can also clearly see an option for Face unlock which appears to prove Google is following Apple by ditching the fingerprint scanner.

There’s no sign of this sensor on the rear of the device and many reports have suggested Google is opting for facial recognition technology over embedded sensors under the screen.

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Although this latest leak only reveals one colour for the Pixel 4 XL, it’s believed Google will release the device in a number of shades including an orange style.

Along with this latest set of photos online recent leaks have also suggested the Pixel 4 XL will arrive with a 6.23-inch screen (3040 x 1440 resolution) and 6GB of RAM.

There’s no word from Google on a release date but some are speculating that fans should put October 15 in their diaries.

Hopefully, the US firm will reveal more details on an official launch event in the coming days or weeks.



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