Spanish website AndroidPro has discovered what appears to be an official marketing video for the Google Pixel 4 that shows off a feature no other smartphone has been able to do before: capture the stars.
And the final leak was a promo video for the Pixel 4 which showcased a number of the features coming to the Android device. It's also uncertain how the Pixel 4 would let you know when a real live customer service representative gets on the phone after putting you on hold.
Google's Pixel 4, which will also have a new face unlock and gesture recognition features, is expected to launch later this year.
The Pixel 4 willl be available in black, white and a new orange-like shade.
The Pixel's Night Sight mode already takes images with shutter speeds of anywhere between two to six seconds.
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This seems like a natural expansion of Google's call screening technology to tackle another common phone annoyance. Still, Google hasn't confirmed about the launch event for the Pixel 4, it is expected to be hosted in the month of October.
There obviously isn't a lot to see here, apart from the three-camera setup on the back.
"Motion Mode" is a brand new feature designed for action photography, so says the source.
Google is working hard on the fourth generation of its Android-powered Pixel phone, which should hit the streets later this year. The Verge in August reported the Pixel 4 might be lit by a 5.7-inch Full HD display while the larger Pixel 4XL would boast a 6.3-inch Quad HD panel. This lists the presence of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855, which is built on the 7-nanometer manufacturing process, alongside the Adreno 640 GPU. This will include a 12-megapixel main camera and a 16-megapixel sensor that's paired with a telephoto lens which, when combined with Super Res Zoom, can support 8x zoom. The quick demo shows a music track being played on the phone, followed by a right-swipe hand gesture, which changes the track.