Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are coming: Google has scheduled for October 15 the officialization of its new smartphones, but here among us, everything about them has been widely leaked.
Maybe the search giant thought it could keep at least some software news for us, but maybe not even that: as 9to5Google anticipated. The company is involved with The Pokémon Company for a “game” that presents the potential of Soli technology.
But what is Soli technology? Well, it is nothing more than the gesture gestures in the air, but well-improved thanks to new hardware. Google and Pokémon are together for the release of the demo app Pokémon: Wave Hello. In it, the curious can play with Pikachu and Eevee, as well as the newcomers Scorbunny, Sobble, and Grookeye, using gestures in the air.
As you can see in the video above, in fact, the jokes are short and serve only two purposes: show the potential of Soli technology and encourage the curious to play Pokémon Sword & Shield, which will be released for the Nintendo Switch on November 15.
As the portal that made this discovery learns, there is an option for the app to be used with normal ringtones, indicating that its launch will not be restricted to the new Pixels, but may reach the Play Store for anyone.
And you, what are your expectations for the upcoming Google proprietary smartphones? Tell us in the comments!