Google will launch the next iteration of its Flagship Pixel series smartphones i.e. Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL in October. We already know how the two flagship look via the CAD renders & that they’ll have Soli Radar chip for air gestures, face unlock, triple rear camera etc. A new report from 9to5Google says that the Pixel 4 camera will have a new Motion mode & improved Night Sight.
Google Pixel 4 series camera features leaked
As per the report, this new Motion mode i.e. which allows users to capture high-quality action pictures, this feature is touted to be one of highlight camera feature of Pixel lineup, moving up the pixels phone in terms of usability with other more expensive cameras. Motion mode allows you to take action or sports shots of a fast-moving subject and bringing them into focus while blurring the background.
Google Pixel series will also have improved Night Sight, which is one of the best night mode available on a phone. The night mode will have some speed related & general improvements to capture better photos at night. Although there’s no clarity on whether these improvements will make their way to older Pixel phones.
In another leak via the XDA Developers, which shows the Google Pixel 4 in the white colour variant in its notch-less design. As we already know the front has huge bezel which houses the front camera, face unlocks and Soli radar chip. The device is running on the beta version Android 10 (see the dogfood shape in Google camera app icon). On the Back, it has squared shaped dual rear cameras with an orange coloured power button, although it is not clear yet that if the rear panel is glossy or frosted like the Pixel 3. Well, it seems like Google has killed its iconic dual-toned colour scheme with Pixel 4 series.
Google Pixel 4 series has a dual rear camera setup, thanks to the leaks we now know there’s a 12MP primary, a secondary 16MP telephoto lens. A hands-on image of the Pixel 4 camera design shows the Zoom bar maxed out at 8X though it is not known whether the Zoom is optical, digital or Hybrid. We think its a hybrid zoom so it would be interesting to see how Google make it work with its Super-Res tech.
Finally, an alleged photo of the device running a device system information app shows that the Pixel 4 has 64GB RAM, which is indeed an improvement over the 4GB RAM present on the Pixel 3 series.