Google Pixel 4 revealed in full as official render leaks out

Google Pixel 4 revealed in full as official render leaks out

Google Pixel 4 revealed in full as official render leaks out

Google is reportedly going to launch a brand new version of its Pixel Buds earphones, tentatively named Pixel Buds 2, that will replace the first generation that arrived a couple of years ago.

Back in August, Google listed the Pixel 3 and 3 XL on the Google Store with a 40% discount.

Having a phone automatically dial 911 following a vehicle crash would be potentially handy, especially if the app leverages location data.

For the moment, the application is said to be in an experimental format in the United States. This is a system which automatically sends an alert to emergency services in the event of an accident. Apple's Fall Detection can detect when you have fallen over.

In case your cellphone detects that you've been in a automobile accident, it is possible for you to to name to 911 for you. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL would have several new software features.

The Personal Safety app on Pixel 4 could also help save lives. So far, we've gotten to know nearly everything there is to know about the Pixel 4, and the upcoming launch event is looking more and more like a leak-confirmation than anything else.

The new Pixel phones would also have a Hold My Phone feature. At this point, it's not yet clear if this happened because someone purchased the demo unit or the seller made a decision to pull the link due to the press coverage.

You'll also be able to upload the audio file and transcription in widely compatible formats to Google Drive once you're done, so you can copy and paste the transcription, for instance, or format it for an article.

One new thing here is the wallpaper shown in the render. The outlet stated they were able to access the feature via an Android application package (APK) for the Pixel 4 obtained by Nextrift. The reason behind such a large (compared to other phones) top bezel is the hardware Google had to shove at the top of the phone, including the radar used by Project Soli.

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