Google Pixel 4 XL video review is comes

Google starting with the design latest flagship has a refreshed front with a tall forehead and is also different around the back with its square camera cutout. It’s nice to see some change after two years of relatively similar Pixel designs. Another welcome addition is the 90Hz refresh rate even though Google’s implementation didn’t come without its issues.

Perhaps one of the most interesting features on the new Pixel line comes under its tall forehead with the Motion Sense radar chip. It's quite impressive on paper but feels more like a gimmick in real life. Moving on to the performance aspect, both new Pixels come with the Snapdragon 855 and 6GB RAM which handle every task with ease.

Google has just pushed out the November security patch for the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, which enables the 90 Hz refresh rate in more circumstances, including when display brightness is below 75%.

The Pixel may be one of the products leading Google's charge into hardware. But software is still at the heart of Google's phone, as you can see after spending just a few moments with the Pixel 4 XL, the larger of two new Google handsets.

Like the Pixel 4, the Pixel 4 XL adds a second rear camera lens, but it's the software-powered computational photography that continues to place Google's devices among the best camera phones. There's a new radar sensor on the front of the phone that recognizes gestures and helps unlock the Pixel 4 XL quickly, but it's working with Google's software to do a lot of the heavy lifting. Even a hardware feature like a display with a faster refresh rate is smart enough to adjust itself dynamically, depending on what it is you're doing.

Pixel 4 XL specs

Starting Price$899
Display (Resolution)6.3-inch AMOLED (3040 x 1440)
CPUSnapdragon 855
Storage64GB, 128GB
Rear Cameras12.2-MP main (f/1.7); 16-MP telephoto (f/2.4)
Front Camera8-MP (f/2.0)
Battery Size3,700 mAh
Battery Life (Hrs:Mins)9:42
Size6.3 x 2.9 x 0.3 inches
Weight6.8 ounces
ColorsJust Black, Clearly White, Oh So Orange


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