Pixel 4 render hints at October 15 announcement date

Ceria Alfonso
Setiembre 11, 2019

We've seen quite a bit of the upcoming Google Pixel 4 of late - but new developments say that the phone will come equipped with a Motion Sense feature, which lets you use gestures to perform a list of tasks, like switch songs, silence alarms, take phone calls and more.

If this news is true, you'll be touching yourself very often if you buy the Google Pixel 4. Hopefully, as more rumors come out, Google will release official Pixel 4 release date information. This is based on an alleged Pixel 4 promotional image showing the date on the phone's homescreen. It would ship with Android 10 out-of-the-box. It also confirms that the display will have a 3040×1440 QHD+ resolution, with a pixel density of 540ppi. It seems that the phone may have an optical zoom from the telephoto lens combined with Google's Super Res Zoom software for clear and detailed photos on high magnifications.

The video also showed some glimpses of new Google's Night Sight feature, which is now improved. This will show time, notifications and other information.

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Now, there's hardly any basic specification that we don't know about the smartphone.

The camera housing is blacked out on all varaints (which is a wise move judging by promiment it looks on the iPhone 11), and up front the notch is making way for a sizable bezel that holds the front camera module along with the Soli chip for Motion Sense. The leaked image reveals that the event could happen on October 15.

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