Google’s Pixel 4 Smartphone & Other Hardware is Coming on October 15

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Google has sent invites to the media outlets for its October 15 hardware launch event in New York. This event will unveil many new products by the American tech giant, as well as the main attraction of the event: Google Pixel 4 smartphone.

Well, everyone already knows that Pixel 4 will be launched at this event in New York, but what surety is there for other hardware releases by Google apart from its flagship mobile phone? The confirmation has been given in the official invite by Google, in which at one place the company is reported to say “a few new things Made by Google.”

While anticipation for other exciting things by Google is fair and right enough, but obviously the main showstopper will be the new flagship Pixel 4 smartphone. So, here is some quick highlight of Google’s new phone: New Pixel 4 will offer Google’s cutting-edge Soli radar-based gesture recognition technology.

The Pixel 4 by Google will also be a major competitor to camera-based smartphone makers as the phone will have three-camera cluster on its back; it will be able to display maximum image resolution of 3040×1440 with a 90MHz pf animation scrolling feature. Google Pixel 4 will allow itself to be controlled via motion and gesture recognition.

While nothing is yet confirmed about what other Google products will be at the launch show in New York next month, there are some credible rumors circling about some specific products by Google, though. For example, a new Google Pixelbook is expected to arrive; Google smart home speakers are another candidate on the list.

One can also expect to hear some more news on the Google Stadia, the search engine giant’s first-ever online gaming service that is destined to release in November 2019. We will update more on this as more news come out about the upcoming Google event in the next few days.


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