Soli: Building on a technology Google announced in 2015, the Pixel 4 will feature a motion-sensing chip called Soli that will allow you to control the phone with hand gestures.
This is one of the features we know Pixel 4 will include; not only did Google share a blog post detailing Soli, but it also posted a YouTube video that shows the feature in action. ‘Smooth Display’: Another safe bet is that both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will feature 90Hz OLED displays.
Remember, we thought we knew what to expect with the Pixel 3 as well, yet Google managed to surprise us — we didn’t know about the phone’s Night Sight feature until the day of.
More cameras: When Google announced the Pixel 3 last year, it was one of the only high-end smartphones without multiple rear cameras.
On October 15th in New York City, the company will officially announce the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, as well as a host of other Made by Google devices.
This time around, the Pixel 4 will feature two cameras, with the phone rumored to include a 16-megapixel telephoto camera for long-distance shots, in addition to a faster f/1. 73 aperture main lens.
Pixel accessories: When news of the Pixel 4 started leaking, there was some evidence to suggest Google would release a DSLR-like accessory alongside the phone.
Google has taken a novel approach with the Pixel 4 by sharing some information ahead of time.