The new versions of the Pixel 4 XL represent our first foray into Google’s approach to introducing a face mask. It’s similar to Apple’s Face ID facility, including asking other users to turn their heads in a circle. But in a good city, it provides more details and options along the way.
Leaking, PORT OF ONEHUNGA the capital city of GenK (through Android Police) shows that Google is the first to expose users to a wide range of information about how the screen looks. Four main issues are mentioned:
• Glass glasses with small or medium size glasses are ideal.
• Photos and biological data used by eye contact are stored and never left on your phone. You can delete the data at any time.
• To view the phone you can unlock what you do not want. Your phone can unlock another, if you keep holding it with your eyes your eyes will open.
• Someone can unlock a phone that looks like you, say someone, like a brother.
It’s good to know and show Google that it shows the weaknesses of screen lighting in the past as well. Apple is aware of these restrictions, as well as help pages throughout its website, but the problems are not apparent during installation.
The identification screen also states that Google will not give you any form of fancy branding, such as Face ID. It’s “just close your eyes”.
Read next story, an animation that shows how to move your head. This screen allows you to select an option to configure the eye opener “with limited vision, or moving the head.” Apple also has a similar option so you don’t need to shake your head, but you’ll need to delay the Face ID setup, go to the settings and enable the login input to use it.
From there, the phone may check his face. But there have been… advantages to using telephone tracking. It’s nice to loosen up before it’s done. Google Soli, the signal detection technology, is not working well, according to the report. It’s unclear if there will be a performance difference between Google Face Unlock and Apple Face ID at this time.
The Pixel 4 has jumped steadily in the past few days, as the first units flooded the market. Shown in a variety of photos, caves, yesterday, some detailed videos as well. All of them feature 4XL Pixels, and have been developed into three colors: white, black and coral.
The sentences have revealed a lot of information about the phone. Its main features – Snapdragon 855, 6GB of RAM, 3,700 mAh battery are included in the XL – and some new features are found, such as a 90Hz display, a color -coded display, such as Apple’s True Tone, and it’s a new language candidate.
Today the leak is the first thing to look at in a new feature that features Google built on phones. I can’t say that I would recommend using most of these themes, but it’s good that this option is available, because this type of customization is one of the strengths of Android.
There are many more photos of the phone at the time of GenK. Some before the leaks have plastic cell phones still attached to them, but these are good photos that show the phone doesn’t look as bad, just like before the actual leak.