Google has included various hand gestures to control the device, some of the images have been shared to clarify the Motion Sense Feature and its settings menu. Such is the case this year with Google's upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL debut that's expected to take place next month. Google has historically announced new hardware on Tuesdays, and although October 15 seems a little late compared to previous Pixel events, leaked Pixel 3 screens also showed their respective launch dates, so it's highly likely the fourth iteration will be unveiled then. Both phones will be based on Android 10. For power backup, 3,700 mAh battery can be available in Pixel 4 XL and 2,800 mAh battery in Pixel 4. The tweet reveals some specs of the Pixel 4 models as well as its front design. The first one shows the camera at work, zooming into 8X magnification, although it doesn't seem to be an entirely lossless zoom. The picture additional revealed that the Pixel four XL's display screen would shrink barely to supply a 6.23-inch QHD show. Over the last couple of days, we've seen a multitude of photos and videos showing the phone in the wild, giving us a good idea of what it looks like and which hardware is built in. The photo also gave us an insight into the brand new Google Camera UI.More news: The Google Pixel 4's announcement date may have just leaked
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Motion Sense also brings Ambient Display control - the Pixel 4 will let you wave over the phone to wake it up and activate the lock screen.More news: Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Another European Record
Now, there's hardly any basic specification that we don't know about the smartphone.More news: Commons Speaker John Bercow tipped for I'm A Celebrity