Is Google the worst when it comes to keeping things under wraps? Probably not, but it's now a very strong contender thanks to this new Pixel 4 leak, by far the biggest one yet.

Two new videos just surfaced giving the most comprehensive look at Google's anticipated flagship. It follows a barrage of previous leaks that included information about the phone's design, colorways, display, and more.

The first video comes from YouTube channel AnhEm TV, which posted more than six minutes' worth of footage featuring the alleged device. It boasts a white colorway with a matte black panel and matte black sides, a callout to Google's "Panda" Pixel 2 XL model from years past.

Pixel 4 90 Hz Display

Also featured in the video is the phone's Settings menu, which includes a new section for Smooth Display. It confirms that the Pixel 4's screen will have a high-refresh rate display capable of dynamically switching from 60 Hz to 90 Hz, depending on what's onscreen. This may impact battery life, though, which is why users will have the option to turn off Smooth Display and sticking to 60 Hz at all times instead.

The video also features an in-depth tour of the camera app, which seems to be an early version considering how clunky it performs.

Pixel 4 Rumored Specs

Other details discovered via a hardware detection app include a 6.23-inch screen with a resolution of 3,040 x 1,440, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, and 6 GB of RAM. Interestingly, there's also what looked like a standalone Voice Memo app that works out of the box.

Pixel 4 Improved Camera

The second video, posted by channel Rabbit TV, features all alleged colors of the Pixel 4: white, black, and coral or orange. Only the black variant seems to have a glossy finish, though. The video includes early camera samples taken using the phone, showing slight improvements to Night Sight and portrait shots.

Google is expected to unveil new products, including the Pixel 4, this October. A recent rumor hinted that the unveiling might take place on Oct. 15. It's important to note that these are all rumors and must be taken with a grain of salt. However, it's equally important to point out that these days, leaks are usually super accurate. So accurate, in fact, that some think it's a deliberate effort to drump up hype for a phone.

In any case, make sure to check back with Tech Times as we learn more.

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