Google demos how Pixel 4’s gesture controls work with music, Pokémon, and more

Google has just shown off the Pixel 4’s “Motion Sense” features, demonstrating how you’ll be able to use it to skip tracks, silence calls, and even interact with the Pokémon Pikachu, all without laying a finger on the phone. The functionality is powered by Project Soli, a radar-based technology developed by Google. Google advertises that the Pixel 4 is the “first smartphone with a radar sensor” and claims that it has the “fastest secure face unlock on a smartphone.”

Google took the unusual step of announcing gesture support on the Pixel 4 months ahead of the phone’s official launch. At the time, the company showed how it could be used to skip music tracks without having to touch your phone screen, and added in a blog post that it could…

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