Google has finalized the date for its long-awaited “Made by Google” event – October 15. You can expect new hardware along with the main attraction of the event that is Google Pixel 4. As we all know, Google did a horrible job at keeping the Pixel 4 a secret. Company’s made an official announcement revealing the features we should expect, but the real secrecy was ruined when some Vietnamese YouTubers leaked the videos of Pixel 4 prototypes. Pixel 4 consists of dual rear cameras, a time-of-flight sensor, 90Hz OLED display and a bezel at the top that includes various sensors.
You can expect a sensor for face recognition and one for air gestures. This feature allows you to do anything by waving the hand above the screen. Most phones with this feature have poor results until now; however, with the latest technology called “Soli” – a radar sensor developed by Google might help improve the performance of this feature.
Customers can expect that Google is launching two models this year, having 5.7-inch and 6.3-inch OLED display, respectively. The specs are not different if compared with that of rivals. You are getting a Snapdragon 855. Not the latest Snapdragon 855+. Pixel still sticking to the good, old 6GB RAM instead of latest 8GB RAM segment. Batteries aren’t improved either. Most of these features exist already in the other phones of the same price range. Google’s Pixel series is heavily focused on the software side than the hardware. They are giving you Android 10 with the new models. At I/0 2019, Google revealed that a “Next Generation” Google Assistant will be deployed in the new Pixel series. For astrophotography enthusiasts, Google has made some exciting changes in the top-shelf camera. Apart from new Pixels, Google will roll-out an array of new hardware with impressive features.