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  1. Google kills the Pixel 4, making it the shortest-lived Pixel ever The troubled Pixel 4 lasted nine-and-a-half months on the market. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. The Pixel 4 is dead. That's the official confirmation that Google sent to The Verge after people noticed that the Google Store listed the phone as "out of stock." The Pixel 4 started shipping October 24, 2019, so it was available for only nine-and-a-half months. The Verge writes: "Google Store has sold through its
  2. Google engineer reveals the Pixel 4 will likely have better dual-SIM support Just like the iPhone Photo by Vlad Savov / The Verge According to comments from a Google engineer on code in the Android Open Source Project, Google is working on a new “2019 Pixel.” Well, duh, of course Google is working on new smartphones for this year. But what’s interesting, as XDA Developers discovered over the weekend, is that the new handset should have better support for dual SIMs. That could mean that the Google Pixel 4 could work better on two different cellula
  3. Google’s next flagship smartphone launches October 15 We'll see the Pixel 4 and probably a bunch of other Google hardware. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Google has sent out invites for the latest "Made by Google" hardware event. On October 15, the company will officially launch the Pixel 4 and probably a slew of other hardware. The livestream is already registered on YouTube, with a launch time of 10am ET. The Pixel 4 is the worst-kept secret of the year. In addition to leaks from the u
  4. The Pixel 4's facial recognition will unlock your phone with your eyes closed Google announced its Pixel 4 series of handsets earlier this week, and one thing that's different this time around is that there's no fingerprint sensor on the back. Instead, they use a new face unlock feature. Unfortunately, it turns out that with face unlock, you don't actually have to be looking at the phone. On Google's face unlock support page, the company confirmed that your Pixel 4 can be "unlocked by someone else if it’s held up to your face, even if your eyes are closed".
  5. Google will not be selling the Pixel 4 and 4 XL in India Google unveiled the Pixel 4 and 4 XL flagships smartphones at an event yesterday. The devices see the addition of a secondary rear camera for improved abilities in the camera department, a 90Hz refresh rate for the display, improved Google Assistant features and more. However, a standout feature of the devices is the addition of a radar sensor called ‘Project Soli’ which the firm now officially terms ‘Motion Sense’. This sensor allows for the ability to use air gestures to control the phone and aids in faster face unloc
  6. Google Pixel 4 actually supports any Qi wireless charger with up to 11W of power output Google launched the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL last year with support for wireless charging. However, only customers who would buy the accompanying Pixel Stand or a very limited range of third-party wireless chargers may take advantage of that feature at a faster speed. That meant charging pads not approved by Google could only juice up the third-generation Pixel phones at 5W. However, it appears that Google has changed that with the Pixel 4 series. Spotted by XDA Developers'
  7. PhoneBuff completed an in-depth speed test between the Pixel 4 XL and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, and Google's flagship can't quite keep up. Flagships and their specifications don't tell an entire story on paper. It requires real-life performance to understand where they sit against each other. Take the Pixel 4 and the iPhone 11 Pro as an example. Both flagships use top-tier components and technologies, but they run very differently. Let's take a look at just how much of a gap sits between them. Through an in-depth speed test completed by Pho
  8. The Pixel 4’s refresh rate is inexplicably tied to its display brightness [Update] Above 75% brightness, 90Hz mode works. Below 75%, it doesn't. Enlarge / The Pixel 4. Update 3:33pm ET: Google gave the following statement to The Verge: We designed Smooth Display so that users could enjoy the benefits of 90Hz for improved UI interactions and content consumption, while also preserving battery when higher refresh rates are not critical by lowering back down to 60Hz. In some conditions or situations
  9. Google announced that original Pixel phones are scheduled to receive a final security update in December, marking the end of support for the Pixel phones released back in 2016. Along with the latest Pixel 4 series, Google unveiled a significantly redesigned Google Assistant. Now some of those changes are rolling out on the older phones in a 'compact' version. Until now, only Pixel 3 series phones have received the compact Assistant upgrade. In the new upgrade, results to queries no longer take up all of your screen. Instead, minimal space required to display the result is used. In
  10. Google Pixel 4 5G could launch alongside 4G handset at October event Google beating Apple in the 5G race The Google Pixel 3 (Image credit: TechRadar) The Google Pixel 4 is almost upon us, with it set to launch on October 15, and while we're expecting to see the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, it looks like there could be a third handset on the cards as well – the Google Pixel 4 5G. That's according to Japanese news site Nikkei
  11. Google announces the Pixel 4 will have FaceID, radar-powered gestures The Pixel 4 is getting a full face unlock package with cameras and IR sensors. After showing off the back of the Pixel 4 in June, Google is again taking the unprecedented step of publicly detailing an unreleased smartphone. The newest post on the company blog is all about the Pixel 4's big top bezel and the tech goodies contained within. First, Google confirms the earlier rumors from 9to5Google that the device will integrate Project Soli technology: Pixel 4 will be the
  12. In renders, the Pixel 4 trades a giant notch for a giant forehead Google is once again going with a, uh, "unique" design for the Pixel line. When we last checked in on the Pixel 4, Google itself was leaking the device by posting renders of the back design to Twitter. Today, we're getting a better look at the front of the Pixel 4 XL thanks to a new set of renders from OnLeaks and Pricebaba. OnLeaks has nailed the design of several devices in the past, so these are worth paying attention to. With the Pixel 3 XL design, Google chose to embrace the n
  13. Google’s Pixel 4 rumored to support air gesture system Pause music and skip tracks with a radar-based air gesture system? Enlarge / Project Soli in action. We're at least four months out from the typical Google Pixel smartphone unveiling, but that isn't stopping the rumor mill from churning. There are already a pair of reports pointing toward a Project Soli-based gesture system being in development for the Pixel 4. First, a refresher on what the heck Project Soli is. The project has been in development for years inside Go
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