“According to the results, the Pixel 4 XL read and write speeds stand at 655.57Mbps and 254.48Mbps, respectively”
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL flagships are rumoured to go official on October 15t, and before the official launch, new bits of information are surfacing the internet every passing day. Now, thanks to the Geekbench results, the Pixel 4 XL is said to be equipped with Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.1; instead of the UFS 3.0, which is a huge letdown for a flagship in late 2019. For those unaware, the UFS 3.0 storage option opens apps and games faster and boots faster comparatively. According to the results, courtesy of Zyad Atef, the Pixel 4 XL read and write speeds stand at 655.57Mbps and 254.48Mbps, respectively.
Separately, another Google Pixel 4 hands-on video by ReLab showcases the gaming performance of the Pixel. The reviewer put the handset through a session of PUBG mobile game and says that the phone is easy to hold horizontally while playing the game. The younger Pixel 4 said to pack a 3,700mAh battery. The flagship managed to run the game without any hiccups, thanks to the Snapdragon 855 SoC. We also know that the Pixel flagships would come with face unlock and motion sensor for hands-free gesture navigation. It also comes with a Smooth Display 90Hz refresh rate.
Furthermore, Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to come with 6GB RAM coupled with 128GB storage. It is likely to pack a QHD+ AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass layer on top. There are dual rear cameras arranged in a square matrix and these consist of a 12.3MP primary rear camera and a 16MP telephoto secondary sensor that is said to be aided with features like Super Res Zoom with optical zoom.