We already know many details of the future Google Pixels thanks to a series of leaks. And one of the aspects that is creating more expectations is Motion Sense, Google's technology that allows you to interact with the device without touching it.
And apparently Google is preparing a very particular way to teach users to use this dynamic of gestures. As mentioned in 9to5Google, they have created a unique Pokmon demo called Pokmon Wave Hello.
When opening the app, users will see a mini-tutorial or training with five different pokmon (Pikachu, Grookey, Eevee, Scorbunny and Sobble) that will show the different possibilities offered by Motion Sense. Each of the pokmon will appear on the screen showing what each gesture involves and how to apply it. And then, users will be able to choose a pokmon to start the game.
An original and fun way to show the potential of Soli technology on the same phone for those who still do not know what it is about. And apparently it is also part of the promotion of the new launch of a new title, Pokmon Sword and Shield.
At the moment, there are no more details of this foray of the pokmon in the Pixel 4. We will have to wait until the next Google event to finally clear all doubts about the operation of the new Pixels and see them in action.