Pixel 4 All You Need To Know And Amazing Features

Motion Sense helps you get things done on your #pixel4 without touching it. Swipe to skip a song, silence a call with a flick of your hand, and unlock your phone super fast with face unlock. #madebygoogle

Pixel 4 Has a Radar Feature, Here's the Explanation

Pixel 4 Has a Radar Feature
Foto: Digital Tren

There is a Pixel 4 feature called Motion Sense, which works like a radar. This is how radar works on Google's latest cell phone.

Motion Sense is derived from Project Soli, which is a radar-based technology developed by Google. With this feature, users can change songs, turn off the phone, or some other things that can be done without touching the phone.

Google boasts the Pixel 4 as the first cellphone to have a radar sensor. This feature is also claimed to make Pixel 4 as a cellphone with the face unlock system that is the fastest compared to other phones.

How it works like this, when placed on a table facing up, the cell phone can detect when the user reaches out to take the cell phone. When that happens, the phone will turn the screen into always on mode, which is also a warning for the cellphone to get ready to activate the face unlock feature.

Then users can also change songs or reject incoming calls by waving their hands on a cell phone without the need to touch it, as quoted from The Verge, Wednesday (10/16/2019).

Google ensures that this feature can be turned off or turned on at any time according to the user's wishes. They also assured that all gesture information was not stored and shared through other Google services, aka only stored locally on the cellphone.

Going forward, Google also ensures that the Project Soli team will continue to add features for this Motion Sense. Like the application in the game or personal wellness. This Motion Sense feature has actually been exhibited by Google a few months before they released Pixel 4.

Because this is a new feature, Google provides instructions for use in the Pokemon Wave Hello application. In this application, users can learn to use Motion Sense in interacting with Pikachu and friends.

Project Soli is the work of Google's Advanced Technology and Project (ATAP) team, which has been in development for the past five years. This feature was originally created for use on smartwatches and smart speakers, but instead it was first present in Pixel 4.

Rows of Cool Features on the Google Pixel 4 Camera

Camera Google Pixel 4
Google Pixel 4. Foto: The Verge
Usually Google makes cameras the main topic for every new Pixel launch. But in Pixel 4, the hero isn't just a camera.

Even so, that does not mean the camera in Pixel 4 is poor innovation, because Google buried a number of new features and improve the quality of the camera on the new cell phone. The most obvious is that now Google uses two rear cameras, after years of surviving with one rear camera.

The two rear cameras are a 12.2 megapixel main camera and a camera with a 16 megapixel telephoto lens, which is a combination of optical and digital zoom. There is no camera with an ultra wide lens in Pixel 4, because according to Google a camera with a telephoto lens would be more useful for users.

Then there is also the Live HDR + feature which has dual exposure control in the viewfinder. Users can adjust the level of shadow and highlights through the two sliders that appear when the user will take pictures using HDR.

In the launch of the Pixel 4 keynote, Google also provided a fairly lengthy explanation about computational photography, aka the use of computing capabilities to improve photo quality.

One of them is a big increase in the Night Sight feature, which is now increasing its function to take photos with long exposure, or combine a number of photos to photograph stars in the sky using astrophotography mode.

Portrait mode also gets an increase, where the camera will calculate the depth using dual pixels and dual cameras available. Objects that can be taken using this mode are even more varied.

While the camera with its telephoto lens has a Super Res Zoom that utilizes a 2x telephoto lens to shoot distant objects, without reducing the quality of the photo, as quoted by The Verge, Wednesday (10/16/2019).
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