Tech giants, “Google” recently unveiled its newest Pixel handsets Pixel 4, aiming to boost its smartphone market share with features including gesture recognition that lets users simply wave their hands to get things done.
Pixel 4 models made their public debut as the internet titan updated its hardware lineup ahead of the year-end shopping season.
Google said Pixel 4 has a starting price of $799 in the United States and will be available starting October 24.
The new devices aim to ramp up Google’s challenge in the premium smartphone sector dominated by another set of tech giants, “Samsung” & “Apple”, which recently unveiled an iPhone 11 starting at $699.
Although, Pixel smart phones aren’t exactly the Coordinators of the overall market, they provide an opportunity to showcase the Android operating system’s capabilities & the Google Assistant, powered by artificial intelligence.
Google is looking at keeping their software and services at the center of modern lifestyles, whether in smartphones powered by its Android mobile operating software or devices infused with its digital assistant.
Motion-sensing technology that Google has been working on for some time is built into Pixel 4 and will allow for some basic controls, such as silencing alarms or skipping to the next song, by holding up or waving hands.
The technology relies on radar, taking a somewhat different approach than Samsung did when it built gesture commands into a smartphone.