With not too much time left before the launch of Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL more and more people are talking and speculating about this new generation of smartphones. We have for you some confirmed details about their features and we will tell you all about it.
The company gave us the opportunity of seeing how Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL will look like by releasing an image in June and after that, a video on YouTube. In the video some features are shown to us and one of them is that the smartphone can be unlocked by motion sensing and face recognition.
The Android Q has been improved, we’re talking about the fifth Beta update. The company provided us with more details than usual because Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL weren’t received very well. This time Google counts on the success of the new generation and good reception is decisive.
Details about the camera
In the image mentioned before we can see a couple of rear cameras. The unlock system based on motion sensors and face recognition it’s supposed to be happening as we find out via reports. The company worked with people who agreed to let it use their facial data. They received in exchange gift cards.
According to a video and a blog released on Monday by Google, Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL will have incorporated a Soli radar chip which has the sensing motion ability. This chip will help us to do a lot of actions only by the motion in front of the device. We will be able to snooze our alarms or even mute our phone calls. Another advantage of the smartphone is that it will make sure that our online transactions and other payment related activities will be safe.
One last thing is that Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL will have only one camera on the front. We are not sure why because the second one was very good for the previous model.
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