Has any phone ever been so thoroughly leaked as the Google Pixel 4? We’ve seen a torrent of leaks this week (in addition to a variety of leaks in previous weeks), and we’ve got even more tidbits dropping today.
XDA-Developers got its hands on an updated Pixel Tips app, revealing a so-called Social Share feature in the Pixel 4 camera app. A screenshot of the feature explains that users can quickly share their most recent picture from the camera viewfinder by swiping up from the image thumbnail. You can then choose the desired app for sharing, making for a quicker way to share in theory than going into the gallery and using the sharing menu.
The Pixel Tips app also reveals the ability to set up a “Pro Session” in Google One. Sign up for a session and you can expect Google’s experts to walk you through the Pixel phone and its features. XDA notes that these sessions are only available in English in North America. Check out the Social Share and Pro Session screenshots below, courtesy of the outlet.
This isn’t the only Google Pixel 4 leak we’ve seen this week, as we’ve also had an apparent look at Face Unlock in action, a purported Pixel Neural Core, Dual Camera Exposure Controls, and its Voice Recorder app.
All these leaks really make you wonder whether Google will have any Pixel 4-related surprises come October 15. There’s always a chance that the firm is working on an unseen feature that requires an update a few months later, as it did with Night Sight.
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