Google may not make the prettiest handsets, but they do often have interesting user experience refinements.
Yesterday a new Google Pixel 5 reverse wireless feature has come to light that makes it easier to use this useful feature that is unfortunately often hidden deeply in menus.
A support video by Google has revealed that the device automatically activates reverse wireless charging when you plug in your USB-C cable, meaning to charge your device and accessories you would only need to plug in your device and place your accessories on top.
If not used, the feature is automatically deactivated after a few minutes, and can of course also be activated normally via the usual menu system when away from wall power.
The Google Pixel 5 comes with a 6-inch OLED HDR display with 90Hz refresh rate for great visual experience. To offer great everyday performance, the Pixel 5 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The Pixel 5 comes with a dual-camera setup on the back. The 12.2 MP dual pixel main camera with OIS and the 16MP Ultra-wide angle camera will allow you to capture great photos in all lighting conditions. Google also announced the following new camera features that will be available in Pixel 5.
- Ultrawide lens for ultra awesome shots: With a new ultrawide lens alongside the standard rear camera, you’ll be able to capture the whole scene. And thanks to Google’s software magic, the latest Pixels still get our Super Res Zoom. So whether you’re zooming in or zooming out, you get sharp details and breathtaking images.
- Better videos with Cinematic Pan: Pixel 4a (5G) and Pixel 5 come with Cinematic Pan, which gives your videos a professional look with ultrasmooth panning that’s inspired by the equipment Hollywood directors use.
- Night Sight in Portrait Mode: Night Sight currently gives you the ability to capture amazing low-light photos—and even the Milky Way with astrophotography. Now, these phones bring the power of Night Sight into Portrait Mode to capture beautifully blurred backgrounds in Portraits even in extremely low light.
- Portrait Light: Portrait Mode on the Pixel 4a (5G) and Pixel 5 lets you capture beautiful portraits that focus on your subject as the background fades into an artful blur. If the lighting isn’t right, your Pixel can drop in extra light to illuminate your subjects.
- New editor in Google Photos: Even after you’ve captured your portrait, Google Photos can help you add studio-quality light to your portraits of people with Portrait Light, in the new, more helpful Google Photos editor.
Unfortunately, the Pixel 5 only comes with a 4080 mAh battery. You can only expect it to last for a day after a full charge.
The Pixel 5 5G cost $699. When you purchase Pixel 5, you’ll also get Stadia and YouTube Premium trial for 3 months, 100 GB of storage with Google One for 3 months and Google Play Pass and Gold/Silver Status on Play Points.
via the verge