At this point, Google Pixel 4 leaks have become relentless. From the specification to the design to the launch date, spills have more or less spoiled the party for fans and Google. A new leak now gives more information about Pixel 4's motion gestures, which are supported by Project Soli Radar.
Pixel 4's motion suite, called Motion Sense, is designed to provide a new, hands-free way to interact with your phone. This feature allows users to control their music, disable alarms, and mute calls by simply using their hands waving the device.
While Google gave us some insight into Motion Sense for Pixel 4 in July, we have not really seen it in this release yet. A new video about This in Tech Today changes all this and shows the current settings menu on a Pixel 4 unit used to set up so-called fast gestures.
We can see quick gestures to skip songs Move your hand left or right and another to suppress interrupts like calls or alarms. There is also a gesture that allows users to reach for their phone to check the time, notifications, and other information when they are turned on. All this is the work of the Pixel 4-series Soli-Chip.
Pixel 4's Motion Sense feature is said to detect nearby motion without the use of a camera, microphone, or location. For this purpose, the phone has seven sensors, including two IR cameras for the face release, a floodlight, a point projector, a selfie camera, an ambient light sensor, a proximity sensor and the Soli radar.
There were also rumors that the Soli Radarchip will make it easier to unlock the face on the Pixel 4. He seems to unlock the phone when you pick it up when the sensors recognize you.
It is expected that Google will place great emphasis on soli radar chip, motion gestures and improved face unlocking in October, if we expect Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL to make their big debut.
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