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TechnologyGoogle ad shows off the Pixel 4’s new air gestures and face login

13:45  30 july  2019
13:45  30 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

Google Assistant on Pixel 4 may handle calls while you're on hold

Google Assistant on Pixel 4 may handle calls while you're on hold Google Assistant's ability to handle phone calls may extend beyond booking appointments. A 9to5Googlesource claims Assistant on the upcoming Pixel 4 will have the option of taking over when you're on hold, bringing you back when another human answers. You'd only have to tap a button to ignore the hold music and get things done. It's not clear if this will also skip the canned "your call is very important to us" messages, but that's certainly the dream -- you wouldn't be jolted back into the call until an actual service rep was there to help. This might not be available the moment the Pixel 4 is ready, however.

Google seems to be following this old adage of late, showing off the Pixel 4 ’ s design early to one-up the usual influx of leaks. Now it’s responding to leakers again, this time with a video confirming early rumors that the device would It’s able to recognize your movement with the new Soli gesture sensor.

Google ' s uploaded a new teaser video for the Pixel 4 . It confirms the phone has face unlock and air gestures . The gesture technology is likely powered by Google ' s Soli was first shown off back at Google I/O 2015, and since then we've been waiting and waiting to see what Google would do with it.

If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. Google seems to be following this old adage of late, showing off the Pixel 4’s design early to one-up the usual influx of leaks. Now it’s responding to leakers again, this time with a video confirmingearly rumors that the device would feature Apple-like facial recognition and touchless gesture controls.

Google ad shows off the Pixel 4’s new air gestures and face login© Provided by The Next Web

You can check out the ad for yourself below:

“Look ma, no hands!”

The video shows a facial recognition system that seems to work as quickly as Apple’s Face ID (though it’s an ad, so of course it does). Notably, Google says that it won’t require you to swipe up on the Pixel 4, an occasionally annoying extra step on

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

Leaked Google Pixel 4 promo video includes gestures, astrophotography mode, and more Another day and another leak

The Face Unlock feature on the Google Pixel 4 will support secure payments and app authentication, which is unique as most Android devices do not have a secure According to Google , when you reach for the Pixel 4 , the face unlock sensors are activated, recognizing that you want to unlock your phone.

Google revealed some Pixel 4 features that have been in the rumor mill for a while. We’ve heard about the Pixel 4 having some sort of motion-sensing air gestures and this is exactly that. This new method of Face Unlock, unlike previous versions that have been in Android for a while, is secure

More interesting are the air gestures. In a blog post, Google confirmed the phone is using Soli technology, the company’s radar-based gesture sensor. Google first showed off Soli way back in 2015, but this is the first time we’ve seen the technology in an actual consumer product.

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Google stuck a giant coral Pixel 4 ad in Times Square.
It looks like Google definitely plans to release a coral-colored variant of the Pixel 4. On Monday, the same day the company invited journalists to its October 15th event in New York City, Google put an ad up on the Marriott Marquis building in Times Square. The ad, first spotted by Reddit user 'LousyTX,' invites onlookers to put October 15th in their calendars. More interestingly, it gives us our first official look at the Pixel 4 in its vibrant new color. The model had leaked in the multiple pre-release hands-on videos that were uploaded throughout last week.

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