Citing a "reliable supply acquainted with the company's plans", the report states that the Pixel 4's Google Assistant will be capable of taking over for you if you've been positioned on hold during a call.
While it doesn't really provide much extra information this leak does confirm the design of the Pixel 4 XL phones. Google usually launches the new Pixel every October and that's happening in a few weeks. However, we'd like to see a system where the voice butler alerts you through your phone, but also through wearables and smart speakers, or even the Chromecast attached to your television - basically, everywhere the Google Assistant lives. The phone appears to have a big top bezel and a small chin which looks a tad bit small to house a speaker unit, like the one seen on the Pixel 3 XL.
It's still unclear how the feature will work - whether you'll be able to put the Pixel 4 down while you're on hold or whether you still need to be attentive and wait for the business representative to get on the phone. It is possible that only the Pixel 4 XL will include a 90Hz display, but chances are that both will. This lists the presence of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855, which is built on the 7-nanometer manufacturing process, alongside the Adreno 640 GPU.
Meanwhile, a member of the XDA Developers community recently spotted some new code in the Google Camera 6.3 APK, which contains references to three new camera improvements due out later this year.
While in July the search engine giant announced the Radar technology for the Pixel 4, which enables gesture controls for the device. According to a report from 9to5Google, it'll also introduce a new camera setting called Motion Mode, a feature that will improve the quality of action shots and moving images.