Earlier today, Google unexpectedly confirmed its next flagship, the Pixel 4 will have a unique rear-view camera system.
Now, a latest leak from members of the XDA Developers forum has just suggested that the Google Pixel 4 will own a feature similar to Apple's True Tone technology.
Reportedly, Apple's True Tone technology allows the screen to adapt to its surroundings to help users see and read content more comfortably. Currently, this feature has not yet appeared on Android smartphones but a code found on Android Q operating system has just revealed an interesting news.
According to members from the XDA forum, Google's new operating system will have a new installation that allows users to turn on and turn off the white balance settings displayed on modes. However, this feature is currently not active because it will require an external sensor to calibrate the screen with the surrounding environment.
And yet, a recent leaked image shows that the Pixel 4 may use the "thick forehead chin" design similar to Bkav's BPhone 3 smartphone. In it, the thick upper border is said to contain up to five image sensors that are supposed to be used for advanced face-lock technology. Maybe the True Tone sensor may be one of them. Wait and watch it!
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