The new Google Pixel 4 and 4XL and all their beauty.
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For anyone who is not aware, Google recently showed their 4th generation Pixel phones, and they look SO COOL. I am not doing a long drawn out post about these phones. I do not want to just sit here and talk about how much I like Google products, otherwise we would be here all day. So, let’s just cover some features, and look at the specs for the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL.

Pixel 4

  • Display – 5.7 inches (Full HD+) OLED
  • Processor – Snapdragon 855
  • RAM – 6GB
  • Storage – 64GB / 128GB
  • Battery – 2800 mAh
  • Weight – 5.7 oz
  • Front Camera – 8MP (1080p video)
  • Rear Camera – 12MP wide angle + 16MP telephoto (4K video)

Pixel 4 XL

  • Display – 6.3 inches (Quad HD+) OLED
  • Processor – Snapdragon 855
  • RAM – 6GB
  • Storage – 64GB / 128GB
  • Battery – 3700 mAh
  • Weight – 6.8 oz
  • Front Camera – 8MP (1080p video)
  • Rear Camera – 12MP wide angle + 16MP telephoto (4K video)

We also know that the both of these phones have Fast Charge Wireless capability, Pixel Neural Core, and Titan M Security Modules. They also both run on Android 10 OS. Also if you want to know what other camera features these phones have, check this out.

Camera Features

  • Group Selfie Cam
  • Night Sight
  • Top Shot
  • Portrait Mode
  • Super Res Zoom
  • Motion Auto Focus
  • HDR+
  • Frequent Faces
  • Dual Exposure Controls
  • Motion Sense


My Take

The honest to God truth here is that the only difference seems to be the battery life, and size of these phones. For those of you who are not aware, I currently have the Note 10+. So it is painfully obvious that I love bigger phones. I just like rugged technology in general, and I think it makes more since to have beefier phones. Especially seeing as everybody loves to drop it or crack the face. I still recommend that you put a case on every single phone that you buy!

Check out the Blog Feed for other posts that you’ll enjoy, or head straight back to the Homepage for other features! Also, check out another Bluetooth article I recently posted from Lerat. I am interested to hear what phones you are keeping an eye on, or what your opinion is on the new Google line-up. Thank You all for stopping by, and I hope you have a wonderful day!

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