Technology Google Pixel 4 won't use the latest Snapdragon chipset

11:00  15 october  2019
11:00  15 october  2019 Source:   techradar.com

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The latest intentional leak is anything but small, with Google The former uses Soli, the company's own radar-based motion-sensing technology, to recognise gestures when you're nearby. The Pixel 4 won ' t be the first new Google phone we've seen this year. In May, Google unveiled its Pixel 3a and

The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be officially unveiled at the 'Made by Google ' event in New York City later today. Both smartphones will feature 90Hz While it is slightly disappointing that Google decided not to use the newer Snapdragon 855+ chipset for the Pixel 4 series, it isn' t completely surprising.

The Google Pixel 4 is meant to be Google's epitome of smartphone design and camera prowess, so it may come as a surprise that it won't be using the latest smartphone chipset when it debuts later today.

a hand holding a remote control: Google Pixel 3a XL© Provided by Future Publishing Ltd. Google Pixel 3a XL

Qualcomm has confirmed both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL - which are expected to be announced later today - will use the Snapdragon 855 chipset rather than the 855 Plus.

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There's not a major difference between the two chipsets - most of the improvements on the Plus relate to its gaming performance - but it does mean it's not the latest version of the chip including on Google's flagship phones.

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Google will release the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL on October 15. Here is everything we know so far about the The images also reportedly confirm the Pixel 4 ’s Snapdragon 855 processor and 6GB of RAM. The camera will use the Pixel 4 ’s GPU to track down the stars in the sky and brighten them.

Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are to be revealed at the Made by Google event which will take place on Oct 15. In terms of specs, the Pixel 4 series is expected to run the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset Google could use the same modem in the Pixel 4 if it chooses to offer 5G compatibility.

You likely won't find the phones slow, as the chipset is still an impressive setup, but this just shows that the company isn't positioning the Pixel 4 range as a competitor to the top-end gaming phones that use the Plus.

The confirmation of this chipset comes from Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon on Twitter who seemed to mistakenly tweet the confirmation of the chipsets a day early, in a post that has since been deleted.

The Google Pixel 4 is set to launch later today (10am EDT, 7am PDT, 3pm BST) at an event in New York where it's expected we'll learn about the new Pixel 4 range as well as a variety of other products.

We'll be covering the launch live with an upcoming live blog, plus you can learn how to watch the Pixel 4 live stream here.

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