Google Pixel 4: the Review

This year, the Pixel 4 is getting on board with the multi-camera temporary fad, yet just with a second extra camera. Notwithstanding the 12.2MP fundamental camera, there's presently a 16MP 2x zooming focal point. Again in case we're contrasting this with the best cell phone camera innovation out there—which should be the primary draw of the Pixel line, recall—this isn't the best the business brings to the table. Today, 3x zooming focal points are turning into the standard on gadgets like the OnePlus 7 Pro, and Huawei and Oppo have been accomplishing stunning things with periscope camera focal points, which turn the entire optical zoom gathering sideways. The Huawei P30 has a 5x optical zoom, and Oppo has a 10x optical zoom model, all in an ordinary size telephone body. 

Most multi-camera telephones at this value point accompany three back cameras, not only two, and contrasted with the challenge, Google is feeling the loss of a wide-edge focal point. Picking the fax over a wide point is somewhat odd, given that the Pixel 3 previously had a "super res zoom" include, which gave the telephone a quite extraordinary AI-helped advanced zoom highlight. This component is somewhat better with optical zoom now, yet I didn't think improving this was a squeezing need.

Specs

Google Pixel 4 specs

  • Display: 5.7-inch Full HD+ Smooth Display (up to 90Hz OLED) -- Ambient EQ
  • Battery: 2,800mAh
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, Pixel Neural Core
  • Memory: 6GB RAM
  • Storage: 64GB, 128GB
  • Cameras: 12MP Dual-Pixel and 16MP Telephoto
  • Audio: Stereo speakers
  • Security: Titan M Security Module
  • Features: Face unlock, Motion Sense
  • OS: Android OS with three years of security and OS updates

Google Pixel 4 XL specs

  • Display: 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Smooth Display (up to 90Hz OLED) -- Ambient EQ
  • Battery: 3,700mAh
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, Pixel Neural Core
  • Memory: 6GB RAM
  • Storage: 64GB, 128GB
  • Cameras: 12MP Dual-Pixel and 16MP Telephoto
  • Audio: Stereo speakers
  • Security: Titan M Security Module
  • Features: Face unlock, Motion Sense
  • OS: Android OS with three years of security and OS updates

Pro vs Cons

The Good

  • The delicate touch backs on the white and orange variants are amazing. On the off chance that we need to make telephones out of glass, this treatment is the best available.
  • The camera is as yet incredible, and astrophotography is great, however you can get the entirety of this on the a lot less expensive Pixel 3a.
The Bad 
  • The Pixel 4 is as of now costly, however beginning at 64GB, when different telephones start at 128GB, implies the Pixel 4 is considerably quite costly from the outset.
  • This "90Hz" telephone wouldn't like to run at 90Hz more often than not.
  • The battery is excessively little.
  • No Wi-Fi 6 help. No 4K 60FPS video support.

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