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Pixel 4 Leak Reveals New Camera Mode and 8x Zoom

San Francisco: The upcoming Google Pixel smartphone - the Pixel 4 would feature gestures, night time camera enhancements and an astrophotography mode, a promo video of the device confirmed. This is a setting you could have found on dedicated cameras for a while, but having it on the Pixel 4 would be another exciting step forward for smartphone photography. But it sounds like the new Google Assistant feature might not be ready for the phone's initial launch, and could be unveiled at a later date.

We're expecting the Pixel 4 range to arrive in October, so there really isn't long to go before we can try out the "phone made the Google way". While the black version is unicolor all around, the white model has a black frame and a black camera module - the panda is back. And Google will most likely be looking to hold on to this crown with the launch of the Pixel 4 and 4XL. You've obviously seen the square camera cut-out at the top left, but details for new camera features were revealed earlier this week.

By uncovering some more facts inside this, it became clear that Google will try to implement a new toggle feature for enabling display rates from 60Hz to 90Hz only as a developer option.

Rumors have it that the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be equipped with 5.71-inch full HD and 6.3-inch quad HD OLED displays. "To recall, the Night Sight Mode is Google Pixel 3 series" key highlight and Google is said to be getting improvements in terms of speed to capture better shots at night. The Pixel phones are notable for their stunningly good portrait mode and general HDR tuning thanks to Google's very good computational processing. There's not much clarity on how the 8X zoom will work but reports suggest it could be a combination of both optical and digital zoom. Under the hood will run Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. In addition to the design, the video also shows off its features, particularly the Motion Sense gestures.

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