Google has updated its range mobile with the Pixel 4 of 5.7 inches and the Pixel 4 XL of 6.3 inches, which, among other things, have technology Motion Sense and Quick Gestures.

Google continues to expand its range of devices Pixel. Since you can already book your new smartphone Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, with a starting price of 759, and 899 euros, respectively. The terminals will go on sale next Monday, October 21st.

The smaller model offers a screen OLED flexible FHD up to 90 Hz and 5.7 inches in size compared to 6.3 inches for the XL. Integrates a battery 2 800 mAh (3 700 mAh the larger version) And weighs 162 grams (vs. 1193 grams). What we both agree is in its thickness of 8.2 millimeters.

Also share the operating system Android, their 6 GB RAM, the option 64 GB or 128 GB of storage, the platform Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 with processing engine Pixel Neural Core and chip security Titan M and a dual camera back of 16 and 12.2 MP plus a front camera of 8 MP. In fact, the update the camera is “the best” until the moment, according to its creators. It is now possible to adjust brightness and amount of detail in the shadows in portraits taken at sunset. Google has decided to offer Live HDR+ on the viewer to show the appearance of the image. And applied technology Super-Res Zoom for the pictures to long distance.

Another rank badge is that you can use the phone “him” thanks to the radar sensor in miniature Motion Sense and the Quick Gestures. This feature will allow, for example, control songs, mute, snoozing alarms, turn off timers… all based gestures. The new Pixel is ready to detect movement around them and, in practice, it will be possible to have a face unlock with just take the device off from your screen if the user is not near.

on the other hand, the Wizard of Google is going to facilitate multi-tasking and will take into account the context of the requests that are made to respond appropriately.

Among the new applications that has incorporated the company of the G also highlights the recorder, which is able to label sounds, such as applause or music, transcribe speeches in simultaneous or perform searches on the recordings that it performs.

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