Google will teach you how to use the Pixel 4’s Motion Sense gesture controls with Pokemon

We've gone beyond the flood of Pixel 4 leaks. It's like every wave that Pokemon uses when surfing. Google seems to have Pokémon in mind. We'll show you how to use Motion Sense, a solitary-based motion sensing technology baked into Pixel 4, through a simple and lovely Pokemon demo.

9to5Google got a demo, which is clearly [PokemonWaveHello). Instructions for simple interaction with the three starters of Pikachu, Eevee and the upcoming Pokémon Sword and Shield. Everything seems to be finished in about two and a half minutes . It is not clear whether it was designed as a motion sense demo and teaser for the sword and shield or in the former case.

[1959005] 9to5Google doesn't have a mobile phone with Motion Sense, so screenshots and videos interact with Pokémon and touch screen Only display. Gestures. For now, you'll have to wait until the Pixel 4 is released to see which gesture gestures are used to make friends with Pokémon.

It's fun to preview this demo, but it looks like a wave of Pixel 4 leaks could ruin all the surprises of Google Partners as well as Google. Also, leaks can occur for 13 days until Google's October 15 hardware event begins.

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