Google is reportedly working on the next-generation of its flagship lineup, the Pixel 4 series. Now, a new leak has emerged online revealing the potential launch date of the new smartphones. Furthermore, a new video leak sheds some light on the upcoming features of Pixel 4.
Known tipster Evan Blass has revealed a new render of the upcoming Pixel 4. The leaked image reveals that the event could happen on October 15. The leaked image also shows the front panel of the upcoming smartphone. The side bezels are quite slim, though the top bezel is a bit thick. This might be because of the sensors embedded on the upcoming smartphone. The phone is already confirmed to feature Soli radar chip for motion sensing and more.
The video also showed some glimpses of new Google’s Night Sight feature, which is now improved. Lastly, the video shows the Pixel 4 with white colour option, while the edges are painted black. Furthermore, as per a leak by This Tech Today, some Motion Gesture features of the Pixel 4 has been leaked.
The channel shows the options to skip or rewind songs. The image also reveals a gesture to silence interruptions, which might users to snooze alarms or silence calls by waving your hand over the smartphone. The image also shows new Ambient mode in which Pixel 4 will use Motion Sense to detect nearby movement when you reach to check phone. This will show time, notifications and other information.
Meanwhile, a new video has emerged online that reveals some key features of the upcoming smartphone. The video shows the tagline “the Google way” and it first shows the first glimpse of the new air gestures support. The video shows that users can change a music track with a simple swipe-right hand gesture. The video then shows the demo of the new Google Assistant, allowing users to give multiple commands to the virtual assistant. The video shows a person asking Assistant to “show me photos of Tokyo” followed by “the ones with food”. The person then ask the Assistant to “share this with Jen” followed by “reply. Amazing”.