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Google plans to launch its Google Pixel 4 Smartphone at a press event next week. The new smartphone is expected to come with two variants; a standard and an XL variant.
The unveiling event is expected to take place next Tuesday, October 15 at 10 AM ET. Google also plans to reveal a slew of new gadgets at this press event including a new Chromebook. However, it is said that the Google Pixel 4 announcement is likely the biggest.
A few details have been leaked leading up to the launch of Pixel 4. None of these details has been confirmed but we will be able to do so this Tuesday.
Here are some of the details we can expect with the upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL:
Google Pixel 4 will feature advanced motion-sensing technology, which is powered by Google’s Radar Technology. This new feature will allow the user to simply answer the phone by waving their hand or even skip to the next song.
The display will have a 90Hz refresh rate, which allows scrolling and screen animations to feel smoother, according to Google 9to5.
Google has dropped the fingerprint sensor like the Google Pixel 3.
There will be a cutout square on the back of the phone for the camera sensors, similar to the iPhone 11 Pro. In the cutout, there will be a dual-lens camera which was revealed by a photo posted by Google.
We will have a full specifications sheet once the device is launched on Tuesday.
Google has officially announced its new flagship smartphones, the Google Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL. The phones were unveiled after months of rumors and numerous speculations. It’s pretty safe to say the Google Pixel 4 is one of the most leaked-about phones of 2019.
Previous models always debut a new feature and always comes with the latest version of the Android operating system. Google Pixel 4 and its larger sibling come+ with dual-rear cameras, radar-powered face unlock and new unique features such as a car crash detection feature.
At the press event in New York on Tuesday, October 15, Google unveiled a slew of new products. In addition to the Pixel duo, they also launched the Pixel Buds 2 wireless earbuds, Pixelbook Go Chromebook, the Google Nest Mini smart speaker, and the Nest WiFi smart router.
Google is already accepting pre-orders for Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. The Pixel 4 will start at $799 for a 64GB version and $899 for the larger Pixel 4 XL.
Both the small and larger versions will come in the colors of black, white or orange, which google refers to as “Oh So Orange.” US customers will have the ability to upgrade either of the phones to 128GB for only $100 more.
Google Pixel 4 does feature a new design when compared to previous models. Both variants have a square bump on the back that host the dual camera lens, and an aluminum band on the sides.
The small variant comes equipped with a 5.7-inch OLED FHD display with a 444-pixel density while the larger variant comes with a 6.3-inch OLED QHD display with 537-pixel density. Both displays come sans knotch and have the ability to maintain a constant refresh rate of 90Hz.
Built for everyday use, the Pixel 4 and its XL sibling are protected by Gorilla Glass 5 on both front and back. They are also rated IP68 for dust and water resistance.
There are features that accompany both displays as well. There’s a feature called Ambient EQ that adapts the device’s screen color temperature to make the colors look more natural in different lighting conditions.
To get the ordinary specifications out the way, it’s powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM and comes in the storage options of 64GB or 128GB. Both variants will run on Android 10 with all the bells and whistles of the new operating system. Don’t expect a fingerprint scanner nor any headphone jacks on any of the phones.
Perhaps one of the most advanced features is the Pixel’s new radar face unlock function. According to Google, the face unlock on the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is secure enough to be used for payments with Google Pay.
Both phones use a mix of sensors, infrared and a tiny radar to verify and unlock with a quick scan of the face. Motion Sense can be used in other instances as well. It will detect hand gestures to skip to the next track, reject and answer calls.
Well with advanced face unlock function such as the Motion Sense, there’s no need for a fingerprint scanner.
While other flagships aimed for a triple camera setup, Google decided to stick with a dual-camera setup. Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are the first Pixel phones not have a single rear camera.
The dual-camera setup includes a main 12-megapixel lens with the same f/1.7 wide-angle lens found on the Pixel 3. The secondary is a telephoto lens with a 16-megapixel sensor and 2x optical zoom.
When compared to the Apple iPhone 11 Pro and Samsung Note 10+ with three lenses, Google Pixel 4 is lacking a second wide-angle. This could simply mean that Google has prioritized zooming over wide-angle shots.
Google Pixel 4 camera setup also brings advanced camera functions as well. It features Night Sight, a feature that allows the user to capture brighter images in low light conditions. Google claims you can now even take photos of stars.
On the front is a single 8-megapixel camera with a wider field of view. A uber cool feature is its live real-time audio transcription that adds captions to your videos as you record.
Of all the features mentioned, the Safety app intrigues us. One of the features of the Pixel 4 safety app is the ability to detect car crashes.
The safety app will automatically detect crashes and call 911. It will only dial the emergency number if it is a serious crash, fender benders should trigger the function.
With the world currently experiencing one of the worst epidemics in human history, entire nations and populations have been forced into lockdown and isolation. With staying at home, the only option, the quarantine can be a real challenge for everyone.
Thankfully, Google and its list of services, like they do every day, are here to help you breeze through this tough period. We now look at three Google Services that you can use to make your quarantine more fun and productive:
Devised to be the perfect assistant to your daily living, Google Home is a range of smart entertainment speakers offered by the tech giant. Powered by the ever-reliable Google Voice Assistant, Google Home is your perfect companion in isolation. Equipped with the latest technology and machine learning capabilities, it provides you news, fetches the latest health updates, lets you search for information, and do a lot of other things with just your voice commands. Feeling low in the evening? Simply say “Okay Google” and ask it to play your favorite track. Need a timer during those home workouts? Use these smart speakers with your voice and they’ll give you a count. From searching for information to controlling your television, Google Home is the perfect assistant to make life under quarantine easier. Pair it with Chrome Cast and navigate your binge-watching sessions with your voice. Get the Google Home from Noon at USD 100, and grab a sweet deal with Noon coupons.
With Stadia, Google has now entered the gaming industry. With a set of offerings that look to blow the Xboxes and PlayStations out of the water, the Stadia is unlike anything seen in the gaming industry. A complete cloud-cased service operated by Google, the Stadia lets you stream 4k video games at a whopping 60 frames per second from your device. With the gaming console based on the cloud, Stadia can be accessed from Google Chrome and your games played over the cloud on the high-performance Stadia cloud console. Games like GRID, Destiny, and Thumper are made available for gamers to play. Furthermore, to help people through these times, the Stadia has been made free for 2 months in 14 countries. Sign up and start playing! Get your consoles for Stadia from Ubuy at a bargain with Ubuy Coupon codes.
Among the most popular Google Offerings, Google Earth lets you explore the world from your device, taking you to some of the most popular places on the planet. Using satellite imagery and street photography to provide virtual views and tours of the world’s most famous places, Google Earth is the closest we will come, right now, to a vacation. With street view explore the lanes of the world’s major cities. Dive deep into coral reefs or simply see the earth as visible from space. Connect the VR apparatus and you are ready to take a virtual vacation. Keeping you entertained, Google Earth is here to save you from boredom.
Google now brings for its users, Audiobooks without monthly subscriptions and we are sure it is going to increase the digital readership by a significant number. To your surprise, the audiobooks are now available on the Google Play Store.
Google makes the audiobook service availability in nine languages and for 45 different countries. With audiobooks, you don’t have to be worried about losing the bookmarks or not knowing where you last stopped reading. Electronic reading is related to your listening skills, all you have to do is lay down, relax and listen. Your favorite characters get their voice and the tension in each scene is expressed properly, leaving you with an amazing experience!
“We know people want to read more and audiobooks are becoming an increasingly popular way to incorporate books into our busy lives,” Google Play Book’s head of product management Greg Hartrell says.
The audiobook is available both for Android, IOS, and the web. With this overwhelming entrance of audiobook in Google Play store, the titles cost $10 or less. It is also offering your first audiobook for 50% off. Books like Fire and fury, the girl on the train, 1984 and Ready One Player are already on discount.
For those who want to avoid extra payments and the hassle of monthly subscriptions, google play gets you relieved. Devices supporting Google Assistant are eligible to play your audiobook. The device will automatically start playing the audiobook where you left it the last time. You can also ask some basic questions about the book to your google assistant like: Who is the author of this book?
IOS users can listen to these audiobooks from the Google Play Books app but, the purchase of audiobooks can be done via web only.
The languages it supports are English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Korean, Japanese and Polish. It is available in countries like Europe, North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand, India and some other Asian Countries.
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