Wait For A Top-Tier Camera Experience
It's official. Google didn't want to let leaks and rumors do all the talking, so they posted photos and videos way back in June confirming the Pixel 4 and its several front and rear cameras.
Which means we can officially confirm the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will have two powerful cameras on the back, along with a few new sensors we're hearing are "Spectral sensors". Essentially a triple camera array.
Combine two powerful 12-16MP Pixel cameras, Google's software, and a spectral sensor to gather information and the Pixel 4 will likely continue to lead the mobile market with the best smartphone camera. Period. In fact, we think the camera experience alone will make the Pixel 4 worth waiting for. Especially now that Apple just debuted it's iPhone 11 Pro with some pretty capable cameras itself.
We’re hearing Google’s dual cameras will have exciting features like audio zoom, Live HDR which would be amazing, a new motion-mode, astrophotography controls, and better wide-angle selfies, among other things. Furthermore, another leak suggests Google will add P3 wide-color gamut support to the Pixel 4 camera, similar to the iPhone. That means it'll have amazing colors to compliment the improved lenses, high-end glass, AI software and more that completes the camera experience.
If photography is important to you, you'll want to wait for this phone.
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