With just days left before I have to return my review Pixel 4 XL, I wanted to compare its video capture with that of the (acclaimed, for video) iPhone 11 series. Looking at half a dozen walking and panning tests, I also tested zoom, and under extreme conditions. The footage is below, so click through to our YouTube channel for full 1080p resolution and maximum quality. There’s my audio commentary to deliver a verdict.
Google Pixel 4
The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL launched late last month with less than favorable reviews. On the other hand, the iPhone 11 Pro series has received overwhelmingly positive reviews since its launch. Between the two phones though, which is the fastest? Can the Pixel 4 XL manage a surprise win with its performance? And does its 90Hz Smooth Display give it any kind of advantage?
Last week Google announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. The phones are scheduled to go on sale later this week and their initial reviews are out. Pixels are always known for their camera and performance which is why many iPhone users also consider switching to them. So what do major publications think about the Pixel 4 series? Find out in our review roundup.
More than 2 years after Apple launched the iPhone X with Face ID, Google has also gone all-in with face unlock on the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Google uses similar hardware as Face ID for face unlock on Pixel 4 but on a technical level, it works slightly differently which makes it faster than Face ID. As it turns out though, there is a major security issue with face unlock on the Pixel 4.
Google today announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL to take on Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro lineup. The Pixel 4 series is all about its camera performance but Apple has also greatly stepped up its imaging game this year. There’s more to a smartphone than just its camera though, so how does the Pixel 4 compare to the iPhone 11 Pro? Let’s find out in this comparison.
Google today announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL at an event in New York. All previous Pixel phones are known for their camera performance and the Pixel 4 series is no different in this regard. Google is hoping to woo in many iPhone 11 Pro customers with the camera prowess of the Pixel 4.
Two years after Apple first ditched the fingerprint scanner for Face ID with the iPhone X in 2017, Google is following suit. The company today confirmed in a blog post that its upcoming Pixel 4 will feature face unlock and Motion Sense.
A couple of days after the first Pixel 4 renders leaked, Google itself has gone ahead and confirmed that its upcoming handset will ship with the same design. It is an unprecedented move by Google or just about any smartphone company to go ahead and confirm the design of their upcoming phone months ahead of its release.
Thought the leaked iPhone 11 renders with the massive rear camera bump looked bad? Well, if leaked renders of the Pixel 4 are anything to go by, Google plans to follow in Apple’s steps and launch the handset with a similar squarish camera bump.