Google Pixel 4 Review
PhotographyBlog has completed their review of the Google Pixel 4, looking primarily at the camera features of this smartphone.
They give it 4 out of 5 stars and say this about the phone;
The biggest update here is the addition of the second lens to give you the option to shoot “telephoto” shots. However, with an f/2.4 maximum aperture, it’s not quite as well-suited to some other options on the market, including the iPhone 11 Pro.
That said, it’s perhaps fairer to compare the Pixel 4, at its price point, to the iPhone 11, where it more closely competes. With the iPhone 11, the second lens isn’t a telephoto option at all, it’s an ultra-wide-angle lens. Considering the prevalence of ultra-wide optics, it’s a bit of a shame not to have one here on the Pixel 4.
Aside from the extra lens, the quality of the images that the Pixel 4 is capable of producing hasn’t come on in huge leaps from the Pixel 3. Both Night Mode and Portrait mode are very impressive. That’s not necessarily a strong criticism, when you consider just how good the Pixel 3 was in the first place.
See the full review here
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