Leaked video details the Pixel 4's Motion Sense feature
Back in July, Google announced that Pixel 4 will come with a feature called Motion Sense, which is based on Soli. Now, a video shared by M. Brandon Lee from the YouTube channel This is Tech Today sheds some more light on Motion Sense.
As evident from its name, Motion Sense will let you perform different actions like changing songs and silencing calls and alarms. There's also a feature called "Reach to check phone" that activates the screen when you hover your hand over it to display notifications, time, and other information.
You can watch the video below at 13:01 to know more about Motion Sense, or watch it from the beginning to check out some photos of the Pixel 4 acquired by Lee from his source.
The Pixel 4 is expected to go official on October 15. That's more than a month from now but more information about it is likely to follow.
If it really is a plastic phone (as per latest youube video), I really hope they'll be more competitive pricewise... A sort of new Nexus device
- 12 Sep 2019
Lot of negative comments for this device. You're missing the key points that make this a beast. 1. Best camera performance of any android device and probably iPhone too 2. Pure android, fast OS, long lasting support 3. Amazing XDA / Aft...
- 12 Sep 2019
if I remember correctly, There used to be Symbian music app that can do air swipe gesture to skip songs. And I Installed it on 5800 XpressMusic
- 11 Sep 2019