Google Pixel 4 leaks are just not stopping. In reality, we have been struck again by a new wave of Pixel 4 leaks, and it’s significant.
While we are waiting for the formal unveiling of the Pixel 4 smartphones on October 15, the tipsters are doing their work tirelessly in exposing bits and pieces of device data. While there has been much talk about the Project Soli function, orange color variant and more, the secondary rear camera has no concrete piece of data. Google itself showed this when it posted on social media the first-ever Pixel 4 smartphone picture. However, nothing much was revealed beyond that point. Now, 9to5Google reports that the second rear camera will offer something called as the‘ Dual Exposure Camera Controls’ feature.
Before pressing the shutter button, camera controls will enable users to tweak the shadows and highlights in a shot. A video from the outlet (seen above) demonstrates that users with a traditional slider can apparently adjust the general exposure, but there is also a second slider. This second option allows you to adjust how light or dark the shadows are in the viewfinder.
We will be covering the event on our website, so stay tuned.