Google Pixel 4 Video Confirms Motion Sense face Unlock And Advance Gesture Controls


Google doesn’t want people to continue to read leaks and rumors about its smartphones, and starting this year, the Mountain View company has decided to offer information about the Pixel phones long before their official reveal.

There’s a lot of interest for the upcoming Pixel 4, and Google reckons there’s a way to further increase the hype around its flagship by revealing tidbits of information about the device.

Today, the company revealed details about the technology behind two new features coming to Pixel 4: face unlock gesture controls. In a blog post, Google explains that it’s been working on Soli, a motion-sensing radar that is typically used to detect planes and other large objects.
Google managed to create a miniaturized version of the motion radar and put it at the top of the Pixel 4 so that the phone can sense small motions about the phone. With the help of unique software algorithms and advanced hardware, Pixel 4 can recognize gestures and detect when the user is nearby.

According to Google, the Pixel 4 will be the first smartphone to feature Soli, its new Motion Sense features, which will allow users to skip songs, snooze alarms, and silence phone calls by simply waving their hands. Google also mentions that Motion Sense will be available “in select Pixel countries.”

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