Google’s Pixel 4 Ad Leaks, Shows Off Gesture Controls

Posted on September 9, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Android, Google, Hardware with 1 Comment

Google showed off parts of the Pixel 4 back in June to help avoid major leaks of the device. That didn’t really help, though. Google later shared some more details of the Pixel 4 to the public, but the leaks kept on coming. And now, an entire TV commercial for the Pixel 4 has been leaked.

As was first reported by ProAndroid, an ad for the new Pixel 4 was leaked on Twitter, showing off some of the highlight features of the device. And that, of course, includes the new gesture control features, dubbed Motion Sense. The ad shows off the ability to skip music without needing to touch your device, for example.

The commercial also highlights other things like the camera on the Pixel 4 and its ability to take amazing pictures even in the dark. We also get some shots of the Pixel 4 in white, with an orange power button that essentially hints at the rumored Coral variant of the device:

Google’s new Pixel 4 line is expected to arrive this October. It’s likely we will get to know more about the device closer to the release, but so far, we already know a lot of the important specs, as well as the headline features.

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