Similarly to the iPhone 11 series, Google is going with a square camera module on the back.
Just like any other flagship smartphones, the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL has massively leaked, and now somebody has even apparently gone hands-on with the oversized variant of the smartphone, unearthing detailed information regarding its camera and among other features.
Google had earlier promised that the upcoming version of Google Assistant will be 10 times quicker than the existing one and the report by Nextrift confirms that it is indeed "a lot quicker than it used to be". Its small list of compatible markets and apps will make Motion Sense more of a novelty rather than a major feature that will make the Pixel 4 more interesting.
According to the report by 9to5Google, all of these gesture controls will be made available in 38 countries.
Google Pixel 4 XL is likely to come with a next-gen Google Assistant.
There are only 38 countries listed to have Motion Sense available, including the USA and the UK, Canada, France, Germany, and Singapore among others. The downside of this is probably that Google Assistant 2.0 is in an always-listening mode, which may not sit well with privacy conscious users.
Another report suggests that the Motion Sense feature will only work on nine media apps in the beginning. This includes Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, and Pandora. However, its unclear whether these apps will be the only music apps that will support Motion Sense. We'll know the confirmed details for sure soon, as Google's Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL take the center stage on October 15.