Just a few days after the official launch of the Pixel four we're receiving a wave of stories, with the unique purposes being the final ones we're discovering.
Although the Google Pixel range doesn't sell in especially high volumes, it remains a leading flagship Android contender running Google's purest iteration of its wildly popular Android operating system. It's coming in form of a new app called Personal Safety, again discovered by XDA Developers.
The wallpaper on this Pixel 4 is a stylized "P4", and the date listed is October 15, which also happens to be the day that Google is hosting an event. From design language to the software specs to camera features, no stone has been left unturned as far as Pixel 4 rumours go.
Having a phone automatically dial 911 following a auto crash would be potentially handy, especially if the app leverages location data.
In essence, this is an updated version of the Emergency Information app that's preinstalled on Pixel phones.
The feature will be rolled out to Pixel phones in the United States.
In case your cellphone detects that you've been in a automobile accident, it is possible for you to to name to 911 for you. This was later confirmed after Google put an ad on New York's Times Square showing the orange coloured Pixel 4.
Another example shows that you can open the Google Photos app, specify what kind of pictures you want to see, and send it as a message attachment to one of your contacts.
The Personal Safety app on Pixel 4 could also help save lives.
Google is set to unveil the Pixel 4 smartphones at its annual hardware event on October 15th.
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