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Google Pixel 4 (XL) officially presented: All pictures, specs and prices

Google Pixel 4
Image: Google
(Post picture: © 2019 Google)

The rumors are finally over: the Google Pixel 4 (XL) is here. The two smartphones now replace the successor almost a year later. It is particularly noticeable that the new smartphone has now been given more display. All details.

So many leaks about that Google Pixel 4 (XL) - There have not been so many leaks on any smartphone in a long time. As part of the "Made by Google" event you have the two flagships alongside others Products are now let out of the bag. The devices stand out from their predecessors particularly in terms of design.

Google Pixel 4 (XL): Technical Specifications

As always, the new Pixel Phones come in two versions. The "normal" Pixel 4 is 5,7 inches tall and has a resolution of FHD +. Then there is the Pixel 4 (XL), which comes in the larger 6,3 inches with QHD + resolution. Otherwise, the two smartphones do not differ - those were the only two differences. Both devices come with an OLED panel and each have a 90Hz display. The two successors also have HDR support. The refresh rate can be reduced to 60Hz to save battery power.

Google Pixel 4 front

Less edge on the Google Pixel 4. (Image: Google)

Inside is the - not quite current (the 855+ would be the newest) - Snapdragon 855. There is 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal storage for multitasking. Different than but already suspected at Media Markt todaybut the memory cannot be expanded. In addition, the camera is now using a dual lens for the first time, which arrangement was probably inspired by Apple. The normal lens has a resolution of 12 MP, the telephoto sensor with 16 MP. There is no wide angle.

Also brand new: Google is completely kicking the fingerprint sensor with the Pixel 4. Now there is only a 3D face unlock and Motion Sense, which works with the radar chip named Soli. This means that supported apps can now be controlled with gestures - we will look at how reliably this works review. However, the missing jack, stereo speakers and 3 years of software support are still available.

Google Pixel 4 Solos Radar

The "Soli" radar in the Google Pixel 4 should result in some new functions. (Image: Google)

The battery is pretty small: 2.800 mAh in the Pixel 4 and 3.700 mAh in the Pixel 4 XL. Despite the 90Hz display, Motion Sense and a good display resolution - hopefully Google has not speculated on the battery life here. Fast charging with QuickCharge 3.0 is still available. Wireless charging is also available for both models.

Google Pixel 4 (XL) pricing and availability

Let's get to the crucial point, the price. The starting price of the Google Pixel 4 is 749 euros, the Pixel 4 XL starts at 899 euros. If you want 64 GB of storage instead of 128 GB, you put 100 euros more on the table. For comparison: the Pixel 3 cost 849 euros to start with, the XL model had an entry-level price of 949 euros. The new smartphones are available now in the Google Store Pre-order, from October 24th delivery will be made in Germany (also from other retailers). In Austria, the Pixel 4 will again not be officially available on Google, so only through other dealers.

The colors available are Just Black, Clearly White and Oh So Orange.

Google Pixel 4 colors

Image: Google

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