Another day, another round of leaks on the Pixel 4. At this stage. I fear that many are already looking forward to the day of the presentation of the phones so that the endless leaks stop flowing once and for all, rather than to know the phones themselves.
Having seen a renewed Google Assistant to debut with the new models, the exclusive Pokmon minigame developed alongside Nintendo, the official videos that show how Motion Sense works, and the first samples of the terminal camera, now arrives the moment to see more new features that will land with the devices that Google plans to present next October 15.
These have been discovered by the people of XDA-Developers thanks to the Last version of the Pixel Tips app which arrives preinstalled on the phones, and offers users tricks and tips to get more out of their devices.
Two of the first news confirmed through the captures shared by XDA refer to "Pro Sessions" and a new option to share photos quickly from the camera app. In the first case, buyers of a Pixel 4 may schedule an appointment with an expert that offers help to start using your new terminal. This is likely to be an exclusive feature for Google One users.
On the other hand, the camera application now offer a quick access to share captured images and videos. Enough with swipe up from the thumbnail of the image, so that a small menu appears with some of the most used apps, through which we can share the last photo captured with our Pixel 4.
Google also details the operation of the new ?double exposure? mode integrated in the camera app, the hybrid zoom of up to eight magnifications, or the possibility of capture small videos by pressing and holding the shutter button of the camera app.
Other news that appear in the last version of the Pixel Tips app are Live captions, the tool that allows you to add subtitles to any audio or video, presented during the past Google I / O; a better integration into the Google podcast application system; its ability to detect traffic accidents and of course, the new recorder app capable of transcribing text automatically and without the need for an Internet connection.
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