“Do you have any special expectations from Google’s October 15th Event, apart from new Pixels?”
Google has already shared some of the information regarding Pixel 4, with the super curious world. But all the information that we have been provided is just a small slice of the entire cake. That means the cake is still left for us to finish. In the upcoming launch event, we will surely get to know every detail about the next flagship. It will be held on October 15th in New York City. In this launch event, the company will officially announce the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. But that is not all, because there will also be a huge glut of devices made by Google.
So let us dig a little deeper and find more about all the things that we know.
Pixel 4 And Pixel 4 XL- What All We Know?
Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will have 90Hz OLED displays. This is the one prediction that anyone can bet on. Just like the iPad and OnePlus 7 Pro, the greater interface rate will convert Pixel 4’s interface, for it to become smoother and responsive. True Tone is also one of the features that it will borrow from iPad Pro. This feature will allow the phone to easily adjust the color temperature of the screen. It will let the phone be in coordination with the ambient light of the room.
It is possible that Google will claim that the feature will turn out to be beneficial for avoiding the strain on the eyes, just like Apple did. Both of them will also feature a display notch.
Because of the pre-release benchmarks, every single one of us knows a lot about the internal hardware of Pixel 4’s. It contains Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 855 processor and 6 GB of RAM. The addition of extra RAM is definitely a piece of exciting news because the previous version’s 4 GB RAM made the users restart the apps. The new phone will feature a 2,800Ah battery, which was not at all exciting. Because battery is the only issue with the Pixel series, and there is surely no chance of it being resolved.
Pixel 4 will feature a motion-sensing chip call, Soli. Google was working on this technology since 2015, and it will permit you to control all the functions of the phone with just the hand gestures. But that is not all, this chip will also provide the company’s take on facial recognition.
Even though the people all over the world did see the most adorable setup animation that Google created, especially for face unlock, we still don’t know its performance with Face ID. We are completely sure that it is one of the features that the company is not going to miss. Google not only shared a blog that specially focused on Soli, but it also created a YouTube video that clearly shows the feature in action.
Google’s Pixel 3 was announced last year and was the only high-end smartphone that did not have multiple rear cameras. And finally, the company is all set to turn the tables. Pixel 4 will feature two cameras. And there is a circulating rumor that it is going to include a 16-megapixel camera and a faster f/1.73 aperture main lens. This will allow the camera to take long-distance shots, quickly.
There will be a feature called Motion Mode. It helps to take pictures of fast-moving objects.
Last year the company was extra focused on camera software, rather than the hardware. If we go for the marketing video that was released recently, then there will also be an astrophotography mode that will permit us to capture starscapes that too without a tripod.
The Return of ‘Panda’
After hiding it for almost a year, Google is finally bringing it back- the fan-favorite panda color variant. We know this by witnessing the numerous hands-on videos and press release that were posted previously. In those videos, we got to see a black and white model from various angles. Just like its predecessor, it features an orange power button. And in addition to this, it also has a matte finish.
Seen the panda model and the black color variant, it is possible that Google plans to uncloak a bright coral model.
Apart from all the above-mentioned new features, there is also more than the company has in store for us. Now, all we have to do is to wait for the Google October Event. But till then stay tuned to this space, and feel free to share your views
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