[Leaked] Google Pixel 4 Review Video With Camera Samples

This year, Google tooka big step in confirming the existence of their upcoming Pixel phone, but there is still time for the official Pixel 4 unveiling announcement. That hasn't stopped some people in Southeast Asia from getting their hands on the phone. We have no idea what they're saying, but you get a good look at the phone in these videos.

There's a full review from Vietnamese channel AnhEm TV. It includes plenty of footage of the phone (in 4K) and words we don't understand. Feel free to chime in below if you speak Vietnamese. 
There are two interesting things in the video which shows at 3:52 (a Nest-like Ambient EQ and screen attention setting), 4:07 (Smooth Display), and 4:44 (specs).

There is another video from Rabbit TV from Thailand. This video is more informal and discussion-based, so you don't see the phone as closely. However, they do have all three colors, including the lovely coral color. Again, we do not speak this language, so let us know if they say anything useful.

The camera setup is a Sony IMX481 (16MP) telephoto shooter along with a Sony IMX363 (12.2, f1.7) wide-angle lens. The front camera is an 8MP Sony IMX520 sensor.  The first camera samples look like this:

Last year, some Pixel 3 XL units "fell off a truck" in Russia, which led to a ton of leaks. There haven't been as many this year, but Google did move production to Vietnam from China. The new round of leaks from that part of the world suggests production may be underway, and some factory workers have "borrowed" units. We expect the Pixel 4 and 4 XL to be announced in October.

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