Google Pixel 4 review


The Google Pixel 4 has arrived along with its elder sibling, the Google Pixel 4 XL and is bringing better photography features including machine learning and other AI. The upgrades are minimal and we would call it is an incremental update- no big changes to grab headlines. Google is playing safe and is hoping that strong photography can save them from the competition. But, the starting price is lower than Google Pixel 3.Does it makes a worth buying smartphone? Is it giving tough competition to other flagships? Let’s check it out in the Google Pixel 4 review below:

Design and display

When it comes to design, there is nothing new to talk about the new Google Pixel 4. The design has been updated and got a metal frame with a black rubberized coating. It looks cool in real-life- complementing the back panel look. The rubberized finish on the edges provides a better grip and honestly, it is better than all-glass/metal competitors. On the front, you get to see think bezels- both above and below the screen. It allows the space for sensors to sit above the screen, especially the radar set- that’s why Google used bezels. A big change on the rear panel as you get to see a large square camera module on the top-left- just like iPhone 11 series. So, Google has broken the chains and brought more lenses behind. The device comes with an IP dust and water resistance rating, allowing it to survive underwater. The Google Pixel 4 comes in three colour variants: Just Black, Clearly White and Oh So Orange. You can get a great discount on electronic items online using cover it up on electronic items online using cover it up coupons.

On the right side of the phone, you get to see the power and volume buttons while USB-C port and stereo speakers are on the bottom.

Coming to the display, the Pixel 4 packs a 5.7-inch display which makes this phone a smaller flagship that sits in the hand like a baby. The display is a Full HD+ resolution one with 444pxi pixel resolution. Good news coming ahead- the device also has a refresh rate of 90Hz. The display is more than amazing and can entertain you for every second of your binge-watching experience.

Under the hood, the Google Pixel 4 has Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 855 chipset which makes everything smooth and solid- talking about tasks and gaming here. Now, you get to see a RAM bump in it too. While Pixel’s first three-generation had 4 gigs of RAM, but the Pixel 4 has increased it to 6GB. This means there is plenty of power under the chassis and it can handle almost everything.

Google Pixel 4 comes with Android 10 and not to mention it but it is a stock Android device. There are many AI and ML features integrated into it which makes this device damn responsive. Like it makes a cylindrical area around itself and whenever you reach towards the, it will turn on itself. The new face recognition sensor is faster than iPhone’s FaceID. The camera is ready when you breach the cylindrical region created by phone and it is unlocked Godspeed. Loaded with features like this, Google Pixel 4 is surely a futuristic tech!

Google Pixel 4 has seen the biggest upgrade in its camera module. The multi-billion-dollar brand has ditched a single camera module this time and has gone with dual-cam setup on the rear. In the times where brands are sporting three, four, and sometimes five camera lens behind, Google has gone with the duo – that too for the first time. You get to see a 12MP primary camera (f/1.7, 77-degree field of view) with the new 16MP telephoto lens (f/2.4, 52-degree field of view). Surprisingly, they have chosen a telephoto lens over ultra-wide. For the selfies, you get an 8MP selfie snapper with a 90-degree field of view. Like old times, Google has gone with software optimization rather than hardware. And, the images came out impressive irrespective of the environment- as the magic starts when image processing begins after clicking a shot. You can get detail of Off Campus Jobs online from fresh hiring

Battery Life
Talking about the battery, Pixel 4 packs a moderate-capacity 2,800mAh battery. It is surely a one-day life providing battery and nothing more. Don’t expect it to cross one whole day even on casual usage. And, we are saddened by it. Yes, you get a fast charger but battery could’ve been better. Even Apple is offering bigger batteries now!

Final Verdict
Google has brought another top-notch device in the market and has maintained its best camera persona very much alive. And, with the new camera, things get more interesting. The design is more or less similar but they have lost fingerprint sensors and the gesture controls using radar sensors are constrained by the WiFi spectrum. However, it is a solid smartphone with all-round capabilities. Still, it is lagging when it is compared to its competitors- nothing to catch the eyes.