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Technology Pixel 4 XL vs. the competition: The six-inch flagships

19:40  15 october  2019
19:40  15 october  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Every major flagship always has to come in two sizes now, so it's no surprise that we're looking at yet another XL Pixel model. Pixel 4 vs . the competition : The camera battle intensifies.

Once more, Google is giving us two flagship phone sizes to choose from. But this time, the company's releasing them under its own brand, Pixel . Google's 5.5- inch phone is a lot like its little sibling, but how do its specs stand up to other large handsets?

Every major flagship always has to come in two sizes now, so it's no surprise that we're looking at yet another XL Pixelmodel. This handset differs from its smaller sibling in size, but has the same camera setup. However, the big phone field gets more intense every year, especially since Apple went all-in with its "Max" models. For the skinny on all the relevant specs, check out the table below. For our final verdict, keep an eye out for Engadget's full review of the Pixel 4 XL later this month.

  Pixel 4 XL vs. the competition: The six-inch flagships
Pixel 4 XLiPhone 11 Pro MaxGalaxy S10+OnePlus 7 Pro
Pricing$799 / $899$1,099 / $1,249 / $1,449starts at $1000$669 / $699 / $749
Dimensions160.4 x 75.1 x 8.2 mm (6.3 x 3 x 0.3 inches)158 x 77.8 x 8.1 mm (6.22 x 3.06 x 0.32 inches)157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8 mm (6.2 x 2.92 x 0.31 inches)162.6 x 75.9 x 8.8mm (6.4 x 2.99 x 0.35 inches)
Weight193g (6.81 ounces)226g (7.97 ounces)175g (6.17 ounces) / 198g (6.98 ounces)206g (7.27 ounces)
Screen size6.3 inches (160 mm)6.5 inches (165.1 mm)6.4 inches (162.56 mm)6.67 inches (169.41 mm)
Screen resolution3,200 x 1,800 (537 ppi)2,688 x 1,242 (458 ppi)2,960 x 1,440 (522 ppi)3,120 x 1,440 (516 ppi)
Screen typeFlexible OLEDSuper Retina XDR OLEDWide Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLEDFluid AMOLED
Battery3,700 mAh3,969 mAh4,100 mAh4,000 mAh
Internal storage64 / 128 GB64 / 128 / 256 GB128 / 512 GB / 1 TB128 / 256 GB
External storageNoneNonemicroSDNone
Rear camera(s)

Dual cameras:

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Standard, 12.2MP, f/1.7

Telephoto, 16MP, f/2.4

Three cameras:

Ultra-wide, 12MP, f/2.4

Wide, 12MP, f/1.8

Telephoto, 12MP, f/2.0

Three cameras:

Ultra-wide, 16MP, f/2.2

Wide dual pixel, 12MP, f/1.5 or f/2.4

Telephoto, 12MP, f/2.4

ToF sensor, VGA

Three cameras:

Main, 48MP, f/1.6, 0.8μm pixel size

Ultra wide, 16MP, f/2.2

Telephoto, 8MP, f/2.4

Front camera(s)8MP, f/2.012MP, f/2.2Dual pixel, 10MP, f/1.916MP, f/2.0
Video capture4K at 30 fps4K at 60fps4K with HDR10+4K at 60fps
SoCQualcomm Snapdragon 855Apple A13 BionicQualcomm Snapdragon 855Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
CPU2.84 GHz octa-core2.66 GHz hexa-core2.8 GHz octa-core2.84 GHz octa-core
GPUAdreno 640unnamed quad-coreAdreno 640Adreno 640
RAM6 GB4 GB8 / 12 GB6 / 8 / 12 GB
WiFiDual band, 802.11acDual band, 802.11ac/axDual band, 802.11ac/axDual band, 802.11ac
Bluetoothv5.0v5.0v5.0v5.0
Operating systemAndroid 10iOS 13Android 9.0Android 9.0
Other featuresIP68 certified, USB-C, Qi wireless chargingIP68 certified, Lightning connector, Qi wireless chargingIP68 certified, 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C, WPC/PMA wireless chargingUSB-C

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