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TechnologyOne of the Pixel 4’s most exciting new features was a total mystery until now

15:37  09 september  2019
15:37  09 september  2019 Source:   bgr.com

Ultimate flagship showdown compares the unreleased Pixel 4 XL to Apple’s iPhone XS Max

Ultimate flagship showdown compares the unreleased Pixel 4 XL to Apple’s iPhone XS Max We finally know when the Pixel 4 series will launch, and it turns out that leaked October 15th launch date was accurate after all. But even though the phone is more than a month out, we already know just about everything there is to know about it. Not only did Google confirm the Pixel 4’s signature features like the dual-lens camera on the back, 3D face recognition, and Project Soli radar gestures, but a series of video reviews from Asia revealed everything else about the phone. Therefore, we’re not surprised to see this early Pixel 4 XL camera review pop up on YouTube. And, even better, it’s a comparison to the current king of flagship phones, the iPhone XS Max.

Plus, we now know which countries the Pixel 4 ’ s Soli sensor will be supported in. Most notably, we learned that the devices would include a rather large camera bump on the back of the phone. As for the Soli radar chip, Google already confirmed the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL features the sensor.

That’ s an exciting technology for the future of mobile phones, one that could help manufacturers create those button-less devices that are in the pipeline. The reason why this Pixel 4 Project Soli rumor is so exciting is because we have more than a source mentioning it. First, 9to5Google reported that the

Google is likely to unveil the Pixel 4 series in early October, just like it did with the previous three generations, but the phones are hardly well-kept secrets. As we’ve seen time and time again with earlier models, a variety of Pixel 4 leaks has revealed several details about the handset. But, in a first for the company, Google actually confirmed some of the Pixel 4’s signature features, such as the dual-lens primary camera and rear design of the phone, as well as the 3D face recognition front camera system and new Project Soli radar-based gestures. The Pixel 4 will undoubtedly have a bunch of unique software tricks on top of all that, including a new capability that just leaked that might end up being the phone’s most exciting new feature.

Expect even better Night Sight from Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL with Pixel Neural Core

  Expect even better Night Sight from Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL with Pixel Neural Core Expect even better Night Sight from Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL with Pixel Neural Core image 1 The latest leaks around the upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL suggest there will be a new version of the Pixel Visual Core co-processor found inside Pixel 2 and 3 handsets, called Pixel Neural Core (that suggests more AI smarts to us). require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

For example, one commit describes content-based fps detection while another describes the implementation of an overlay to show when the A different section of the code also seems to indicate that Android will detect when a video is playing so the Pixel 4 can adjust the refresh rate accordingly.

Now , a new report is claiming the camera will have even more to offer this year. Night Sight was arguably the most impressive feature to debut on the Pixel 3 last year. Naturally, Google will be looking to make it even better for the Pixel 4 . The report claims Night Sight will be getting some

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Being placed on hold while waiting to speak to someone is one of the most annoying things about phone calls and Google is aiming to fix that. At least that’s what an unnamed source said to have a solid track record told 9to5Google.

Whenever you’re on a call with a business that places you on hold with some annoying music playing in the background, you’ll be able to offload that call to the Google Assistant. It all happens with a tap on the button, and the Assistant will then notify you once a human is back on the line, so you can take over. It’s unclear exactly how the experience works, and the report notes that the feature is still in early development. But the source is confident the feature will be announced alongside the Pixel 4 and will be available on the phone, although it might not be released to users on day one.

Google's Pixel 4 may invoke Assistant when you raise the phone

  Google's Pixel 4 may invoke Assistant when you raise the phone It's not that difficult to invoke Google Assistant on most Pixel phones, whether it's saying "hey Google," squeezing the sides or making an on-screen gesture. With the Pixel 4, however, it might become downright trivial. A 9to5Googlereport claims the upcoming device will let you start Assistant commands just by raising your device and starting to speak. You'd just have to do what comes instinctively to ask about the weather or turn on some lights.

Just hopeful my Pixel 3 will make it until the Pixel 5. I am waiting for the 4 a or possibly 5a. Nah, track record put me off, they seem to be one of the most problem-ridden devices, the camera was the only plus but You can now swipe between accounts in Gmail and new signs of a dark mode, too.

Google One Google Pixel 3 deal. As someone who pre-ordered the phone and paid full price, it left a bitter The Pixel 3a offers most of the features of the Pixel 3 for a fraction of the price. If there’ s a sub-0 Pixel 4 a with 80 percent of the features of the Pixel 4 — coming just a few months later

It’s certainly not a must-have feature, but if you happen to spend a lot of time on hold then you’ll definitely want to take advantage of it. Once available, the feature could roll out to other Android devices, including older Pixel smartphones.

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Google’s older Pixels won’t get the Pixel 4’s dual exposure and Live HDR+ features .
You’ll have to upgrade to get themGoogle confirmed that these features are Pixel 4 exclusives in a reply to a customer’s tweet (via 9to5Google):

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