Ahead of the holidays, Google's new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones were launched, rivaling other recent launches like the iPhone 11 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
When it comes down to the key specifications, the Pixel 4 camera boasts a dual-camera, dual LED flash, and 4K video that can capture 2160 pixels at 30 frames per second, as well as a default 1080p full HD resolution. Another highlight is the Phase-Detection Autofocus, which makes it easier to capture high-quality images at a faster rate. The camera's zoom functionality and portrait mode have also been improved, with the Super Res Zoom allowing for higher resolution photos, and the improved portrait mode subtly blending background scenes with more precision.
A favorite feature that was newly added to the Pixel 4 camera is the exposure and darkness adjustments, which allow users to edit their shot in real-time to ensure they capture the effects they want. This feature is extended to other photo apps as well, making the editing process more streamlined than ever.
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