Published: Wed, September 11, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

Leaked Google Pixel 4 promo video includes gestures, astrophotography mode, and more

Leaked Google Pixel 4 promo video includes gestures, astrophotography mode, and more

A 9to5Google source claims Assistant on the upcoming Pixel 4 could have the option of taking over whenever you're on maintain, bringing you back when one other human solutions.

Like past year, it seems that Google is condemned to have only the prices to unveil by the time of its conference.

The next major update for Google Assistant is essentially expected to get rid of all the barriers enabling you to speak to your phone without having to wait for replies or use invoke phrases. Some of its most impressive features, such as Night Sight, are exclusive to Pixel handsets. The Pixel phones are notable for their stunningly good portrait mode and general HDR tuning thanks to Google's very good computational processing. This afternoon an unknown Redditor has been sent some hands on pictures of a black and a white Pixel 4 XL.

You know how Google likes to release a colored variant of its phones to sit alongside black and white models? In addition, it hints at the public launch of Google's "next-gen Assistant" that was first detailed at the company's annual developer conference a few months ago.

Rumors have it that the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be equipped with 5.71-inch full HD and 6.3-inch quad HD OLED displays. In addition to the design, the video also shows off its features, particularly the Motion Sense gestures. They showed a fairly stable top panel, a small jaw and square-shaped rear camera (this feature was confirmed by Google in its own preview). Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC powers the smartphone and clocks at a speed of 1.77 GHz. But that's not all, they appear more and more in nature, Today, several images of the Google Pixel 4 XL have been posted on Reddit. "But right now, let's concentrate on certainties because two years on from the Pixel 2 display debacle, the Pixel 4 looks set to make its display the biggest talking point but for all the right reasons".

It also shows off the next generation super-fast Google Assistant we were introduced to at Google I/O 2019.

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