Google Pixel 4, the next smartphone in the process, was introduced as a next-generation device that will bring several futuristic features, this fall! Under the guise of an old-school marketing campaign title: (No) Hold the phone! – New features include Motion Sense, Face Unlock and a Soli radar chip, among others. Now, as most major manufacturers planned their next-generation flagship launches by 2020, does Google plan to be the first to navigate the waters of the future, alone?
While most of the other upcoming devices are fighting information leakage and spec speculation, Google simply went ahead and released all the rumors and speculation. The three main features of the next generation of Pixel 4 were officially leaked, and they are delightful. First, the phrase & # 39; (No) hold the phone & # 39; it is an intelligent variation of the commercial phrase of the 50s and 60s of the USA. UU. & # 39; Hold the phone & # 39 ;, which means don't hang up and ask for one now. 
However, this new Google Pixel 4 will feature a hands-free radar based gesture sensor, which will allow the user to execute and issue various commands for the phone without touching it. This feature could very well be what sinks to other emblematic Smartphones, from other competitors in the market, overboard. It will also have a face unlock, which is a feature that most future flagships will have, and the breakthrough also reveals some of its classy designs. The facial recognition will be done by the front camera, of course, but the specifications for this phone's camera are still unknown.
The Google Pixel 4 release date is scheduled for this fall!
Everything is possible thanks to a Soli radar chip, which is revealed to use complex software algorithms for the recognition and detection of hand gestures nearby. This is called Motion Sense and so far it is said that it controls calls, music playback, silences the ringing tone and (most importantly) postpones the alarm. It is also promised that this feature will evolve further to include more commands. The same Soli chip will be responsible for facial recognition.
Brandon Barbello, Pixel product manager, said the following: "Other phones require you to lift the device completely, poses in a certain way, wait for it to unlock and then slide to get to the home screen. Pixel 4 does all that in a much more simplified way. Upon reaching Pixel 4, Soli proactively activates the face unlock sensors, recognizing that you may want to unlock your phone. If your face unlocks sensors and algorithms that recognize it, the phone will open when you lift, all in one movement. Better yet, facial unlocking works in almost any orientation, even if you keep it upside down, and you can also use it for secure payments and application authentication. "