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This week in Android: More Pixel 4 details and Samsung's iPad Pro competitor

This week we heard all about the Pixel 4's new motion sensors and got a hands-on look at Samsung's latest high-end tablet.

Published onAugust 4, 2019

Supposed leaked renders of the Google Pixel 4 XL colors.

This week Google once again embraced the leak culture surrounding its phones by releasing new details about the upcoming Google Pixel 4. It will feature Motion Sense and Face Unlock, which we’ve seen on many phones before. But this time it’s improved dramatically with the implementation of Soli, Google’s radar motion detection system that’s been in the works since 2015.

Samsung was also in the news this week with the announcement of the Galaxy Tab S6 tablet. We were impressed during our hands-on time with the device, and the specs (and price) mean it could be a real iPad Pro competitor. 

Next week is shaping up to be a big one with Samsung finally revealing the details of the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. Both the phones will ditch the headphone jack, so hopefully Samsung has something special up its sleeve for the latest version of its largest smartphone.

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