Google Pixel 4 Launched with Motion Gestures: Features
If you were eagerly waiting for Google’s most anticipated Google Pixel 4 device, the wait is over now. The tech giant unearthed all the features at Google hardware event in New York today that we were speculating since June this year when Google hinted how Google Pixel 4 would look like. The phone lineup is said to be launched to take Apple’s iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, head on.
Google Pixel 4 Features and Specifications
During the event, Google officially launched the Pixel 4 and 4 XL. The executives from Google also confirmed a few of the important configuration details and specs about these flagship phones. In this article, we are covering in detail about the Pixel 4 lineup and its specifications and possible improvements.
Google Pixel 4 Feature List Explained
Following are the features that you can see in the latest Google Pixel 4 lineup. If you do like the post, please tell us in comment box what you really liked about the Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel XL.
Single Color Glass Panel:
Google has made a noteworthy change to its design with the Pixel 4 lineup launch. The company ditched its signature ‘dual-tone’ back panel finish with a single-color glass panel with a matte finish.
You can see the changed design in both Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel XL phones. The lineup will also have a black colored square camera bump and edge grip. Alongside these improvements, both the newly launched smartphones has similar curves and same front display panels.
Display and Refresh Rate:
What we speculated about the phone’s display appears to be true. The leaks and renders guessed right about the phone. The Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL come packed with a 5.7-inch Full-HD+ and 6.3-inch Quad-HD+ display respectively with a higher 90Hz refresh rate.
These Google’s flagship devices are powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset and powerful 6GB of RAM. This means, Google has finally acted upon to icing up growing wrath of Pixel users about the memory concerns on both the Pixel 4 and 4 XL.
The downside is still the 64GB of native storage that can be expanded up to 128GB. We wished at least 1TB onboard storage at least. Better luck next time. The unique addition to the lineup is a new Pixel Neural Core chip. The chip lets the phone handle the machine learning and critical computational tasks.
We have so far seen Google offering one rear camera sensor on its Pixel smartphone. However, with the latest lineup, the company ditched the ritual. The Pixel 4 and Pixel XL sport a dual rear-camera setup where the primary camera is a 12MP sensor paired with a 16MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom and up to 8x hybrid zoom.
You will also find Pixel 4’s well-known SuperRes feature in the lineup. Both the phones are loaded with a slew of computational features including:
The feature presents a holistic view of a scene after HDR processing in the viewfinder
Dual exposure controls:
Using these controls users can control the brightness and shadow of the scenes before taking the pictures.
In addition, the phone Google Pixel 4 comes packed with a better portrait camera that ensures high quality bokeh effect. Furthermore, phone’s astrophotography mode takes a longer 15-second exposure to click pictures that look like a Milky Way flowing incessantly.
3D Face Unlock:
Get ready for the 3D face unlock feature in Google Pixel 4 that paves way for beefed up privacy protection and biometric authentication. This means, you won’t get a physical or an in-display one fingerprint sensor on this flagship. Instead, the feature is replaced with 3D face unlock.
As the image shows, the face unlock feature in the phone is sitting at the top bezel in the Pixel 4 and 4 XL. The arrangement is pretty identical to Apple’s Face ID hardware.
Likewise you can see components including Face Unlock IR camera, flood illuminator, and dot projector sitting beside the face unlock. They altogether turns Pixel 4’s Face Unlock feature faster, instant, prompt and accurate.
With Google Pixel 4, the company introduces a radar sensor called the Soli radar chip. Using the feature, you can change tracks, control playback, silent incoming calls, snooze alarms, and much more by just waving your hand over the phone.
The soli radar chip lets your Google Pixel 4 detect if your hand is close to the phone. If detected, it wakes the screen up and gets it ready for Face Unlock. Similarly, the chip locks the phone if it detects that you’re going away from your phone.
Like its nearest rival OnePlus 7T lineup, the Google Pixel 4 and XL are launched with latest ‘Android 10 software’. Being a Google phone, the phone packs exclusive Google-centric features especially a faster new Google Assistant.
Another new utility in the Google Pixel 4 is its voice recorder app that saves recordings and gives text transcriptions in real-time. The app works offline and enables users to search for certain parts of the text in a recording.
To power up the devices, Google gives massive batteries with both the phones. The Pixel 4 houses a 2,800mAh battery whereas the Pixel 4 XL contained a bigger 3,700mAh battery. As per Google, both the flagship phones are made capable to automatically adjust the refresh rate of the display to save battery.
Price and Availability:
On pricing front, Google Pixel 4 has been starts at at $799 in the U.S whereas Pixel 4 XL will be priced at $899 for the 6GB RAM and 64GB storage variant. In case you want to buy higher-end 6GB+128GB variant for both Pixel 4 and 4 XL, you have to spend additional $100. The phone range is available in Clearly White, Just Black or Oh So Orange color variants.
Google Pixel 4 Features and Specs: Conclusion
We have enlisted a summed up version of Google Pixel 4 features and specs that Google assorted at the event. We will further come up with a comprehensive analysis of the features and specifications of the phone alongside a detailed Google Pixel 4 review. Stay tuned.
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