Google's latest and ship out on Oct. 24, and while we're not huge fans of the (they start at $800 and $900, respectively), we still think their cameras are exceptional. Besides adding a second telephoto lens, Google improved the phone's portrait mode, digital zooming and low light mode that can take clear photographs of the night sky. ( .) The phone also features Android 10, and accident detection.
Read more:when we tested both in four typical scenarios.
As the successor to the Pixel 3, the Pixel 4 had big shoes to fill when it comes to its camera. Back in 2018, the Pixel 3 captured beautiful photos during a time when its competitors employed two or more. These days, however, competition is fierce, with both the iPhone 11, and having their own low-light modes that work impressively well.
With a Pixel 4 in tow, we took the phone out for a spin and captured a few photos with its new dual cameras. Take a look below and let us know what you think about the phone in the reader comments. You can also check out more Pixel Buds 2 wireless earphones, Pixelbook Go Chromebook, Nest Mini smart speaker and Nest Wifi smart router.. For more information, check out CNET's coverage of Google's Oct. 15 , where the company also unveiled the
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Night Sight and Astrophotography
Originally published Oct. 15.