What Makes The Pixel 4 Special?



Early impressions of the new 2019 Google Pixel 4 with 90 Hz screens, radar-based motion sensors and some new camera features. Is the Pixel 4 for you?

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35 thoughts on “What Makes The Pixel 4 Special?”

  1. I have the Google pixel 3 and love the finger print unlock. The only thing I like about the new one is the borders because I don't actually like phones with no borders idk it's a personal preference

  2. I have the Google pixel 3 and love the finger print unlock. The only thing I like about the new one is the borders because I don't actually like phones with no borders idk it's a personal preference

  3. i don't care of the big bezel but why they have to make the screen corners so round up if there ar not going for a high screen to body ratio?? i would prefer a rectangular screen for consuming content

  4. It’s just simply not enough, I was hoping this generation would catch up with modern flagships but it’s just not even close. 90hz display.. but with a smaller battery? Come on.. that is some weak shit. They are clearly not learning that if they want to compete in the flagship realm they need to step their game up, and this ain’t it chief.

  5. Honestly this thing is a disappointment on a few levels. I thought we got rid of motion sense wavy non-sense a long time ago. It's a stupid feature, that literally no one asks for. Every flagship (excluding the Galaxy Fold) it water and dust resistant, so even if your hands are dirty you can just literally rinse the phone off (i do it all the time with my V30). I still don't like not having a headphone jack, but whatever, I can adjust. However, the deal breaker for me is the lack of a wide angle anything. Telephotos have never really been great, and it's almost universally agreed that a wide angle is better. I was looking forward to this thing, but with the Pixel 3 being $300 off, why buy the new one?

  6. Unlike Apple and Samsung, Google does not have a commanding presence in the smartphone lineup. So I feel that these Pixel phones are over-priced. If anything Google should be competitive in their pricing, like let's say $649 for 4 and $749 for 4 XL. There other options that offer more value for you hard-earned money. What do you think?

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