Google Pixel 4 is the phone made the Google way. Its camera takes a perfect shot every time, even when it's dark out. The new Google Assistant helps you do things, such as control your phone and multitask between apps - with just your voice. Pixel 4 is also the first phone with Motion Sense, letting you use gestures to get things done without having to touch your phone. Google Pixel 4 is built around Google software you know and love that's always getting better.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor
The octa-core 2.84GHz processor and 6GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, navigating menus and more.
16.0MP and 12.2MP dual rear-facing camera
The software along with optical and electronic image stabilization helps you take studio-like photos anywhere, day or night. It also includes an 8.0MP front-facing camera for self-portraits and videos.
When you're driving, cooking, or enjoying your favorite tacos, Quick Gestures let you get things done without having to touch your phone.
New Google Assistant
Enjoy easy way to control your phone and get things done, such as searching YouTube, sharing photos, and finding a perfect pizza delivery.
Offers new ways to control and customize your phone, including gesture navigation, dark theme, smart replies and much more.
Google Pixel 4 provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
5.7" Full HD+ OLED display
The extra-large screen is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand. Ensures 19:9 cinema-like screen ratio that's perfect for viewing videos, photos, and games.
128GB internal memory
Enjoy plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more.
Use your smartphone as mobile hotspot
Share your 4G data connection with other compatible wireless devices.*
The phone is protected from dust and can also withstand being submerged in 14' of static water.
Free, unlimited online storage with Google Photos¹
Save all your photos and videos with free, unlimited online storage at high quality with Google Photos. You'll never have to worry about storing, finding, or sharing your memories.
* Depends on device memory and network availability. Additional carrier charges may apply.
¹Google Photos offers free unlimited online storage for all photos and videos uploaded in high quality. Photos and videos uploaded in high quality may be compressed or resized. Requires Google Account. Data rates may apply. g.co/help/photostorage
1 m USB-C to USB-C cable (USB 2.0)
18 W USB-C power adapter
Google Pixel 4 128GB
Quick Switch adapter
Quick start guide
Google Pixel 4
Pixel 4 128GB
Data Plan Required
Additional Hardware Included
18 W USB-C power adapter; 1 m USB-C to USB-C cable (USB 2.0), Quick Switch adapter, SIM tool
I've only had this phone for a few days but it is significantly better than my previous phone. To be fair, the phone I'm upgrading from is a Galaxy S6, so it isn't competing with much. It's a bit more narrow than I expected (though I didn't look at the dimensions so my expectations were based on literally nothing), but it fits perfectly in my hand. I will say this is the most slippery phone I've ever had. laying it on a fabric surface with a 1 degree tilt will result it in slowly navigating its way to the floor.
Camera is great, I was just messing around with the portrait mode, accidentally took a picture and I got a better image with it than I ever have with my previous phone. Night Sight is pretty insane.
Battery life is great so far, I'm used to being careful with battery since my last phone lasted about four hours on a charge so this shouldn't be a problem!
(I'm giving this high marks in value but I did get it on Black Friday for 50% off so my perspective is no doubt skewed)
The OG Pixel's battery was going on me, and I needed an upgrade. Got it on a Black Friday Sale, for $400 off. For the price, it's definitely worth it. Still miss the headphone jack though, and battery could be bigger but otherwise it's great.
I used to have a Pixel 2 and upgraded to the Pixel 4. To switch phones it was very easy. My new Pixel 4 is very quick. I have noticed that the battery life is not as long as my Pixel 2 when I first had it. I still love having a pure Android experience so I can live with the battery issue.
I didn't know what I was missing till I got this phone. My old phone was Samsung Galaxy 5, it served it's time. It was almost 5 years old, crack screen, glitchy processor, slowing down but overall it's not bad for a phone being that old. I almost went with the Galaxy +10 but had read the reviews for the camera on the pixel 4 were amazing. I was more interested in the camera more then anything.
Since I'm not someone who is up to date on all the new tech & accessories I found this phone quite easy to use. Did I mention the camera is awesome. I'm still trying to get the hang of this new phone. So far I'm really enjoying all the cool features it has to offer.
My only complaint is the curved screen. For some reason if my hand touches the edge ever-so-slightly it goes back to the previous screen I was on. It's not a deal-breaker but can be annoying.
I ordered an Otterbox case and an OtterBox screen protector, so hopefully this will solve the problem. Plus I wanted to protect my investment as I am a klutz at times.
I plan on watching some more YouTube videos on how to take advantage of all these neat features that it has to offer.
I did purchase the 128GB pixel 4 as I had read it does not have an expandable storage. Luckily photos can be saved to the cloud so that should help free up some space.
Overall I'm really enjoying the tech and love that I can use a wireless charger!
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