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

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iPhone 11 Pro vs Pixel 4: Specifications

iPhone 11 Pro vs Pixel 4: Specifications

Honestly, comparing specs between these two phones is like comparing Apple's to oranges. But for whatever reason people still like seeing the hard numbers, so here:

iPhone 11 Pro Specs

  • 5.8 and 6.5-inch OLED Displays
  • Apple A13 Bionic processor with 4GB RAM (6 in Max) 
  • 64GB, 256GB and 512GB of storage, no microSD
  • New Triple 12MP + 12MP+12MP Rear Camera setup (f/1.8 main camera, f/2.4 ultra-wide lens, and f/2.0 telephoto lens
  • 12MP f/2.2 front-facing selfie camera
  • iOS 13
  • Improved FaceID Unlock (wider view for unlocking)
  • 3,190 mAh or 3,500 mAh batteries with 19w fast charging
  • Improved IP68 Dust and Water resistance  (5ft)
  • BT 5.0, NFC, Wifi 6, alert slider, NO 3.5mm headphone jack, more

Pixel 4 XL Specs 

  • 5.7 and 6.3-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED Smooth Display (90 Hz)
  • Snapdragon 855 Processor with 6GB of RAM
  • 64 or 128 GB of storage, no microSD slot 
  • Improved Dual Rear AI Cameras: Main 12.3 Megapixel f/1.7 sensor & 16MP Telephoto zoom f/2.4 lens, and a Spectral Sensor 
  • 8MP f/2.0 front-facing selfie cameras (plus three more cameras for other features) 5 total
  • Android 10 out of the box
  • Face Unlock Tech 
  • 2,800 mAh and 3,700 mAh Battery with Fast and Wireless Charging 
  • IP68 Dust & Water Resistant
  • USB Type-C, Google Assistant, Face Unlock technology, no 3.5mm headphone jack

As you can see, these are somewhat similar devices almost across the board. Similar screen sizes, multiple cameras, they all start with ridiculous 64GB of storage, and neither have fingerprint scanners. It's really a tough race. 

Perhaps the biggest difference here is that Apple did what Android manufacturers typically do, they increased the physical size of the iPhone 11 Pro and added a bigger battery. Something EVERYONE can appreciate. These new iPhone's last longer than any model before them and have great battery life. 

Google, sadly, made a terrible decision that makes no sense and made the Pixel 4 screen bigger, higher resolution, and gave it a faster refresh rate, but a smaller battery. It literally makes no sense. 

So far, reviews suggest the smaller Pixel 4 gets awful battery life, and the Pixel 4 XL barely lasts an entire day. If battery life is super important or you can't charge your phone daily, you might want to skip the Pixel 4. 

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