iPhone 11 Pro vs Pixel 4: Camera(s)
Next, we want to briefly mention the cameras on these two devices. Obviously, we won't get into which is better, as we don't know the answer to that. What we do know, is Google's single camera on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 still compares with or outright beats the Galaxy S9, S10, iPhone Xs Max and others with two or even three cameras. Google's software is very good. Apple's is too, though, and it just got better.
iPhone 11 - Three rear cameras:
Apple announced powerful new camera controls, a new app, night mode (finally) and several other improvements that makes this far and long the best iPhone camera ever created. Which, it should be, being their latest and greatest phone. We really like the 4x optical zoom on that telephoto lens, giving photographers more options than ever.
Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL - Dual rear cameras:
As you can see both phones offer an excellent main camera that's fast and capable, then a secondary photo to help users capture more of a story, moment, or memory. They're just going about it differently.
A few recent leaks suggest Google's using more and more software, machine learning, and computational photography to make its cameras great. We're seeing signs of an improved night mode, a motion-mode, astrophotography controls, and a few other neat tricks.
We have a feeling these two phones will go toe-to-toe in terms of who has the best camera, and it'll all come down to personal needs or preferences. Honestly, I think Google will have a better camera, but we'll have to wait and see. Either way, they'll both be great.