Google Pixel 4 Motion Sensor Feature Details revealed

Google Pixel 4 Motion Sensor Feature Details revealed

There's some speculation the device is due to be announced October 15, but Google might consider moving up that date before there's nothing left to share.

Starting with YouTube channel AnhEm TV, the hands-on video shows off the Pixel 4's design.


Two hands-on videos show off the Google Pixel 4.

The video also shows off Android 10's gestures on the Pixel 4 XL, like activating the Google Assistant by swiping up from one of the lower corners of the screen. To recall, the Pixel 3 XL had a 6.3-inch screen. Most likely, one of these is the Pixel 4, of which one gets to observe a grainy look at head-on.


Known tipster Evan Blass has revealed a new render of the upcoming Pixel 4. The promo image also confirms the new Pixel 4 phones will feature small bezels on the three sides and big forehead, which could house a Face ID system, similar to iPhone. What remains now is only a good look at the phone's features, especially the motion-sensing gestures and the dual camera.

The video also shows off a bit of the Pixel 4's software, with Google seemingly making some changes to the stock camera app. While there's an all-black option, one model adopts the "panda" coloring of the Pixel 2, while another introduces a coral color with a black frame. Turning to the front we can see a relatively large top bezel, due mostly to the fact that Google packed a lot of hardware on top of the display. Under the hood, you should find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor doing all of the heavy lifting. T-Mobile began selling both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a earlier this year, and so it's possible that we'll see the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL hit T-Mo's shelves after they're announced.


We also saw more leaked photos of the handset last month, which came from Telegram and seemed to line up with all of the other leaks that have been gushing out all over the place during the last few months, including some nifty camera features that were discovered just this week.

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