Google Pixel 4 To Feature Augmented Reality In Its Camera?
Every mobile company is getting ready to launch outstanding smartphones next year. These devices will come with more exciting changes. The tech company Google seems to keep up with the modern trends and will not settle down for less than what is used to.
According to Digital Overload, the company is reportedly working on developing a smartphone with the skills to turn augmented reality (AR) into a camera feature. They are currently preparing to launch new phones next year, and among them will be a mid-range handset. This device is suitable for those who want to enjoy the wonders of modern technology at a more budget-friendly price.
The company will be revolutionizing the mobile industry with its Google Pixel 4. This device will be one of the most outstanding phones the company has ever released. It will compete with the current foldable Samsung Galaxy S10. The tech giant Apple will also be introducing incredible handsets next year.
In terms of specification, the upcoming device will have a foldable screen like the aforementioned Samsung Galaxy S10. The rear-mounted fingerprint scanner will no longer be present. An optical sensor will be put under the screen. The screen will be bigger than the 6.3-inch Google Pixel 3 XL.
The upcoming device could be called Bonito or Sargo. The company’s latest ARCore APK is the first source to mention these names and this aspect. Every time you use the camera, AR will create unique experiences. So far, the current Google Pixel 3 XL combines excellent functionality with modern specifications and a decent price.
In this case, Google Pixel 4 is going to address AR fans. However, there is no confirmed release date yet from the company. Many speculations pointed out that the upcoming phone might be unveiled in October 2019. The bigger Google Pixel 4 XL is expected to release alongside it.
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