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iPhone 11 Pro vs Pixel 4: What You Need to Know

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iPhone 11 Pro vs Google Pixel 4: Display

iPhone 11 Pro vs Google Pixel 4: Display

The most important aspect of any smartphone decision is usually the size of the screen and how much the phone costs. And while a lot of people considering the Pixel 4 or the iPhone 11 Pro would likely never jump ship to a different mobile platform, some will. Which is why we're talking about how the two compare. Most notably, in the screen and camera department. 

Apple's new iPhone 11 comes in three sizes, and three models. The regular iPhone 11 replaces the budget-friendly Xr, and is their most affordable new phone. Then, there's the high-end iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. And yes, the iPhone 11 has a bigger screen than the iPhone 11 Pro. Confused yet? Let us break it down. 

  • iPhone 11: 6.1-inch 720p HD LCD Display
  • iPhone 11 Pro: 5.8-inch 2436 x 1125 OLED Display
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max: 6.5-inch 2688 x 1242 OLED Display

Basically, the Pro models have high-end OLED screens and triple rear cameras, while the regular iPhone 11 is Apple's budget phone for 2019. Here's what we're expecting from Google. 

  • Pixel 4: 5.7-inch 1080p 90Hz Smooth Display
  • Pixel 4 XL: 6.3-inch Quad-HD 90 Hz Smooth Display

As you can see, both of Google's devices will likely be a little smaller, have higher resolution screens, and have a 90 Hz refresh rate -- a poplar new trend with high-end smartphone displays. 

That's something you can't get from Apple nor Samsung, at least not yet. 

The other BIG difference here is the notch. Apple is still using the same notch at the top of their otherwise bezel-free screen for facial unlock technology and various other sensors. 

Google, on the other hand, didn't want to offer a notch (mainly because everyone hated the huge one they delivered in 2018) so instead they're going back to a more traditional design for 2019. The phone will have an edge-to-edge bezel-free design like Apple's, everywhere but the top. On top, they'll simply have a small forehead and bezel like devices a few years ago, which will house similar face unlock sensors. 

All you need to know is Google's screens will likely be a little better, faster, more smooth, yet won't look quite as fancy due to the bezel at the top. 

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