Google is already working on the fourth-generation Pixel handset, which is likely launching this October. That means it’s simply to early for Pixel 4 leaks, although we do know that the handset will run Android Q out of the box. And a revelation a few weeks ago said that Android Q would receive native support for 3D facial recognition, prompting us to speculate that the Pixel 4 may feature Google’s response to Face ID. In the meantime, Google has apparently confirmed a Pixel 4 feature already, thanks to an updated to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) Gerrit. It’s nothing too fancy, but it’s still a feature that some people will appreciate.