This would allow users to control the phone through the use of subtle, fine hand gestures. This system called Soli has been in the works at Google for quite some time. While the FCC approved a lower peak power limit than what Google was asking for, the agency gave the company a waiver that allows it to operate at higher power levels than it now allows.
What you see above and below is allegedly the upcoming Pixel 4, with a square camera bump on the back. Now some leak based renders have emerged on the web which suggests that the smartphone will have a square bump at the back which will house the camera.
What's particularly interesting here is the camera bump on the rear side of the device, a design that is quite similar to numerous iPhone 11 leaks we've seen so far.
The glass rear of the Pixel 4 does not seem to feature a fingerprint sensor.
Unusual mass found under Moon's surface near ISRO's Chandrayaan-2 landing site
Finding out how the South Pole-Aitken basin formed is important to understanding the history of the moon and its evolution. Researchers say it could be a huge lump of metal from the asteroid that formed the South Pole-Aitken basin.
Also of note is a report that the Pixel 4 lineup may ditch the unseemly notch that appeared on the Pixel 3. Storage could start at 128GB with a larger 256GB configuration available, compared to the 64GB and 128GB that Google offers now. Currently, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL sport 2915mAh and 3430mAh batteries respectively.
To find out more about the Google Pixel 4 lineup, stay tuned to this space.
Google's promotional price of US$699 for the 64 GB variant and US$799 for the 128 GB model is good, but B&H has gone one better.