Google tease the Pixel 4
This week Google have started teasing their annual October phone launch – introducing the Google Pixel 4!
After some rumblings online, Google tweeted the first teaser image of the newest addition to the Pixel family. It doesn’t give much away – it’s a black phone on a black background – but here are some of the key takeaways:
- Dual cameras for the first time! A square camera bump shows the possibility of two lenses
- Two sensors might also be joining the lenses
- No fingerprint built-in scanner on the back of the phone – could it mean facial recognition or an in-built sscreen sensor?
Speculation is rife, but no more info has been revealed as yet – although we’re bound to see some leaks before the October launch. Stay tuned!
In the meantime, see our current range of Google Pixel phones
What’s the opposite of Pokemon Go?
We’ve gone crazy over Pokémon Go – now it’s time for Pokémon Sleep. After all that walking, we deserve it!
The Pokémon Company – advised by Snorlax – have created a “new app that tracks a user’s time sleeping.” Joining the world of smart sleep tech, Pokémon Sleep will use your sleep stats – how long you sleep for, when you wake up etc. – in your gameplay experience.
Launching sometime in 2020, we’ve got plenty of time to hone our nap skills before it takes over our lives.