The Pixel 4 comes with a new face unlock feature. Thanks to a recent update, the face unlock on Pixel 4 is not working for some. There have been reports in the last few months that the face unlock fails without any reason on some Pixel 4 and 4XL’s. At this point in time, the issue doesn’t plague all the Pixel 4 devices.
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The Pixel 4 XL (and, by extension, the slightly smaller Pixel 4) is a stunning piece of technology and a worthy flagship. It really is. And yet, even six weeks on, I can’t possibly recommend anyone buy it… yet. While its camera system is stunning, while its stereo speakers are jaw droppingly good, while its face recognition system is fast and effective, at least for unlocking the phone, real world activity is still massively impacted by third party banking and password apps not supporting the new biometric APIs (think Face ID) system. Again… yet. It’ll all come together in time and, as usual Google will need an update or two of their own (a ‘feature drop’ is happening as I write this), so I’ll leave a lengthier verdict for some time in early 2020.
Google’s 90Hz OLED display on Pixel 4 and 4XL hogged the limelight during launch. The higher refresh rates should ideally help in offering a better user experience. Now it has come to the light that the 90Hz refresh rate on Pixel 4 and 4XL comes with a caveat.
Google’s latest Pixel 4 was perhaps one of the most leaked phones. Pixel 4 was announced last week and now it has come to light that the device supports 11W wireless charging. Strangely, Google didn’t mention the same during the launch.
The first batch of Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL reviews are out and they are not that good. While the Pixel 4 has been praised for its excellent camera, smooth performance, and great display. However, the phone’s battery life is abysmal and Motion Sense — the Soli-based motion gestures — have been panned for being gimmicky in nature.
Google recently announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, its latest and greatest Pixels. This time around, the company has focused on improving the overall experience of using the phones rather than just focus on the camera. If you plan on buying the Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL, check out our detailed FAQ below which should answer some of your questions surrounding the device.
While almost every other company races to launch their smartphone in India, Google has decided not to launch the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 in the country. This is due to the Soli hardware inside these phones which conflicts with some local Indian government regulations.
One of the highlights of Google’s Pixel series is that they offer unlimited storage on Google Photos at original quality. With the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL though, that’s no longer the case.
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Announced with 90Hz Smooth Display, Motion Sense, Dual-Camera Setup, More
After months of leaks, Google today officially announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Like previous Pixel handsets, the Pixel 4 series is all about its camera prowess and this time around, Google has included a dual-camera setup on the phones as well.