Today Apple will be launching its new series of iPhone 11 at a grand event being held in California. On the other hand, the Technology giant Google will soon officially release its new series of Google Pixel 4 smartphone that has already become the talk of the town even before its launch. For a quite few month leaks and rumours of the upcoming phone have been doing the rounds on the internet that has almost revealed the handset. We have already seen the Pixel 4’s two colour variants and now a new image of the mobile phone has landed on the web revealing that the company may bring a Coral colour variant of the smartphone.
If you love bright colours then you will be pleased to know that Google Pixel 4 might arrive in a new Coral colour variant other than black and white. To recall last year Apple also launched the same colour variant of the iPhone XR. But last year the Mountain View company launched Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL in three colour variants only. Namely Black, Clearly White, Not Pink colour options, but this year the company is in no mood to of launch its devices in the same old colour options.
The leaked image was posted by a tipster on Weibo. If we look at the leaked image, we can see the smartphone dressed up in a funky coral colour on the rear panel along with a ‘G’ logo on it. While the image of the front panel is no different from the previously shared images of Google Pixel 4.To recall the software company Google introduced the Coral colour option for one of its Google Home Mini speakers too.
Apart from that, few of the reports suggests that the smartphone will also come with a new Google Assistant feature that may provide digital assistance to the user during call hold. The Google assistant steps in and alerts the user about the call being on hold.
The Google Pixel 4 smartphone will come with 90Hz AMOLED display and will also include Soli radar chip or gesture control that senses the user’s hand movement. The company claims that this feature will work in any orientation, including when it is upside down. This feature will let the users control basic functions on their handset like snoozing alarms, skipping songs and rejecting phone calls with just a wave of your hands. However, this feature might not come to India. Google will launch the smartphone in October this year.
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