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Google Pixel 4 launch on October 15, A Motion Sense gesture leaked video



Google Pixel 4 launch on October 15, A Motion Sense gesture leaked video

Google is gearing up to launch its latest flagship smartphone, according to a new leak, Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL ay get launched on October 15. The smartphone has already leaked extensively in terms of the design, the colors, and the expected specifications.

A new leak highlights the upcoming Motion Sense functionality in details as part of Project Soli. It also showcased the software side of the feature showcasing how the features would work.

A bunch of gestures enabled by the Project Soli radar. specifically, we can actually see the settings pages for the gesture on an actual Pixel 4 smartphone. The first gesture under the Quick Gesture section of the Motion Sense settings in to skip songs. This will allow you to wave your hand left or right near the phone to skip or rewind songs. The sext gesture is to silence interruptions. This will let you snooze alarms or silence calls just by watching your hand over the phone, A leaked suggests.

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The launch date of the Pixel 4 smartphones comes directly via reputed tipster Evan Blass, in a tweet that says Google Fall event and shows an alleged photo of the Pixel 4, displaying the October 15 date on the lock screen.

The smartphone’s Motion sense setting sare reportedly revealed. As of now, the video from the original source has since been deleted, but courtesy of a tech YouTube channel, This is Tech Today, which re-uploaded the video, it can be seen that users will be able to skip songs or silence interruptions using Google’s motion Sense technology.

The Pixel 4 XL will sport a 6.23-inch display with a QHD resolution, as opposed to a 6.3-inch found on the Pixel 3 XL. The report also suggests that the smartphone will be rocking the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Soc under the hood.

Via: NDTV, XDA Developer

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