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Technology Pixel 4 won't come with free full-resolution photo storage

19:50  15 october  2019
19:50  15 october  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Ever since Google unveiled the first Pixel , people who bought one of the company's phones could expect free full - resolution photo and video storage , at While this isn' t necessarily a deal-breaker if you're buying a Pixel 4 , especially if you're already paying for more Google storage , it's probably not

Google Photos offers free unlimited online storage for all photos and videos uploaded in high quality. The Pixel 3a and 3a XL similarly don' t come with free full quality storage , but those devices are Considering the Pixel 4 and 4 XL's high prices and Google's continued focus on their mobile

Ever since Google unveiled the first Pixel, people who bought one of the company's phones could expect free full-resolution photo and video storage, at least for a few years. You won't have that luxury with the Pixel 4, it seems. Google made no mention of full-quality storage at its October 15th event, and a visit to the Pixel 4's product page includes a disclaimer indicating that free storage is limited to "high quality" photos and videos that could be "compressed or resized." You're likely in the same boat as every other Google Photos user, then.

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It's not certain what prompted the apparent turnaround. We've asked Google for comment.

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Google Photos offers free unlimited online storage for all photos and videos uploaded in high quality. This is a pretty big bummer for Pixel fans. The free original-quality storage offer was a really nice incentive to Labs is an independent app store that gives developers full control over their work.

So free unlimited storage for full resolution photos and even 4 K videos is certainly a big perk for Pixel users. It’s worth mentioning this is also a better deal than Apple’s iCloud, which charges its users for storage beyond the free , 5GB. After the free space, the Apple iCloud users have to pay Rs

While this isn't necessarily a deal-breaker if you're buying a Pixel 4, especially if you're already paying for more Google storage, it's probably not what you were hoping to hear if you're a Pixel-toting photographer. You now have to either pay extra (unless you can live off of 15GB) or accept that your snapshots will lose a tiny bit of luster when they reach Google Photos. If there's a consolation, it's that Google seemingly has more confidence in the Pixel line -- it doesn't feel the need to sweeten the deal with cloud storage or similar perks.

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