Pixel devices in U.S. will get Car Crash Detection, Emergency Status sharing


While we expect from the renders that the Pixel 4 will be launched in Black and White colour variants, on 9 September, as per a leak found on Weibo and first spotted by Android Central, a device reported to be the Pixel 4 has been found in an extremely bright orange colour option. Besides, the press image also shows off an orange-colored power key on the Pixel 4 XL.

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.

As per XDA Developers, the updated description on the now-called Personal Safety app says that the primary objective of the app is that it "helps you stay safe and connected to first responders and your emergency contacts".

Personal Safety is an app for Pixel phones that helps you stay safe and connected to first responders and your emergency contacts. Upon detecting a hard fall, the Watch sends you a notification, which you can dismiss or use to initiate a 911 call.

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The feature will be rolled out to Pixel phones in the United States.

With emergency sharing, you can quickly share a short message and your current location with all of your emergency contacts. The Android 10 tool was shown to work on a variety of apps such as Google Photos, YouTube and Amazon Prime Video. However, it's expected to be available only on the Pixel 4 and 4 XL phones out on October 15, 2019. Both apps are speculated to come pre-installed on the Pixel 4.

Google's Pixel devices have become notorious for heavily leaking leading up to announcement time, and the Pixel 4 is quickly shaping up to be the most-leaked yet. With that said, one such new item that should be fun to see in action on stage and in-person is going to be the new Google Assistant.