Google Pixel 4 XL Review

Google has given its smartphone users a significant impactful list of features in mob-tech territory. Within just few years, Google smartphones have emerged into one of the powerful desirable smartphone range that everyone needs to try once. Google Pixel 4 XL also lists itself in one of the considerate power performers that offer us appealing features in its spec list. Excitingly, with extensive tests over this smartphone we get really good results in all its aspects including its flagship processor, latest operating system and perfect camera results. 

If you are in search of a high-end phone with simple hardware along with big feature updates and ultra-wide camera lens, Google Pixel 4 XL is the credible option to surpass. The camera quality stands out in its competitor range and the durable hardware seals the package for you. However, the battery and screen coating might not be the cherry over the top. Let’s check out an in-depth overview of this blaster.  

SPECS SHEET 

  • Processor: Snapdragon 855 | Qualcomm 2.84 GHz | (8-core) - 64-bit 
  • RAM: 6GB, Storage: 128GB  
  • Display: 6.3-inch Touchscreen with 1440 x 3040 Resolution 
  • Back Camera: 16MP+12.2MP, Front Camera: 8MP  
  • OS: Android 10.0 

The Un-Deniable Camera  

When the Google Pixel 4 XL has one of the best camera quality in town, why not start with it? This lens-perfection speaks up with its two rear cameras that are 16 MP and 12.2 MP and a solid front selfie camera of 8MP promising us sharper and clearer image performance. The best thing about its cameras is they are consistent in providing great results, despite of new smartphones in the market. 

You don’t get any weird scenario out of its camera usage where the back cameras deliver you balanced colours and remarkable fundamentals. The 3X zoom functionally leads in comparison to Samsung’s S20 series. The cameras perform magnificently in night time with its superior low-light capture and focus shadows/highlighters.  You get two sliders to adjust the shadows and also get better portrait pictures with its useful control and nice handling. Undoubtedly, the camera has to be the most amazing feature of this mobile, which can ultimately make this one your top most favourite. 

The Design – Bigger and Lightweight  

The design we get this time with Pixel 4 XL is a bit sleeker than its old models and instead of two toned colours it has solid one colour back side. Even though it appears to have wide screen of 6.3 inch, it still weighs very lighter without letting you feel any heavy. Interestingly, we don’t have fingerprint sensor this time, but a facial recognition unlock, which according to many people is fine. Although, if you loved using fingerprint sensor, this one doesn’t have it. 

In contrast with most of today’s smartphones, Google Pixel 4XL has somewhat a thicker bezel instead of edge to edge display. You also get a glossy finish with its black colour model and a matte texture with its orange and white models. The gratifying thing with this one is it has some major water resistant capabilities, which makes it one of the best waterproof phones. 

Performance – Achieves The Benchmark 

Coming on the performance, Google Pixel 4 XL performs absolutely up to mark with its Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. You will certainly not face any lag in running complex applications, demanding games like PUBG, so it might be one of your favourites. You would experience expected results with its efficient processor and ample RAM along with storage.  

Battery – Sufficient But Not Competent 

We don’t get a very high longevity with its battery if we put this one to continuous browsing. It stays up to 9 hours with all-time browse running. Although, Google boosted the battery capacity compared to its last version offering 3700 maH this time.  

VERDICT  

If you are a fan of camera with some good overall performance, Google Pixel 4 XL packs all necessary requirements for you. Google phones have always been incredible with cameras, but this one gives us some chief picture goals. If you are concerned about some additional supplies like longer battery backup or fingerprint sensor, this one doesn’t sit perfectly. Overall, this Google phone stands up to its expectations thoroughly, so we would rate it quite admirable.