Google Pixel 4 – We have discovered that it’s not difficult to invoke Google Assistant on most of the Pixel phones. Whether it is saying “Hey Google,” squeezing the sides or pushing out an on-screen gesture. Just try it out with Google Pixel 4, it might become downright trivial.
A 9to5Google report assured that the latest device will allow you to start Assistant commands just by raising your phone and starting to say something. You may need to say whatever it is that comes instinctively to you like asking about the weather.
Though we aren’t sure if this will be enabled by default, or how exactly Google will prevent accidental Assistant use outside of requiring specific timing (will it inadvertently react to an ongoing conversation, for example?). The leak also doesn’t tell whether or not raise to talk would be available as it launches or if an app will be installed to activate it.
There are other rumored Assistant features, like the ability to take over calls while you’re on hold, are agreed to be too rough to be ready for launch. Meanwhile, If this is accurate, somehow, Google will rely mainly on Assistant upgrades to sell the Pixel 4 in addition to its hardware packages.