The new iPhone 11 pro and iPhone 11 pro max are all about photography and have a triple-lens that enables them to capture stunning nightmare shots and better portraits. But as it stands, google was not going to let Apple win this battle that easily. There has been the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 xL that have ultra-sharp dual lenses and arrays that shoot for the stars.
The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL also challenge apple with new motion sense gestures, a face unlock system to rival face ID, and even a faster google assistant. We plan to put the Pixel 4 through its paces to see how it stacks up to the iPhone 11 pro.
Pixel 4 vs. iPhone 11 Pro: Price and availability
The Pixel 4 goes for around $799, and the pixel 4XL for about $899 undercut apple on the price and are now available to preorder now and go on sale. Their most significant change with this year’s pixel launch is the expansion of carrier availability. By far, almost all of the US carriers, including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are offering Pixel 4, and this makes it easy to upgrade in-store or online.
If you are looking for more storage than the 63 GB, there is an upgraded 128 GB version of both phones that is available for just more $100.
You can now be able to get the iPhone 11 pro at $999 and iPhone 11 pro max at $1099 and available through all the carriers. Apple is also offering something in addition to the 64 GB base model, there is the 256GB and 512GB storage options, and these extra models add $150 to their final cost.
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Pixel 4 vs. iPhone 11 Pro: Design and display
Pixel 4 and iPhone 11 all look more than slightly similar when you view them from the back. Google has embraced the contentious square camera patch for its pixel 4 dual-lens shooter. This is a trend they are following as it was introduced by iPhone 11 pro. Other dual and triple-lens smartphone cameras usually are tacked on top of each other, or they are side by side.
There are also other few other similarities between these phones. Both of them come in two sizes; 5.7 and 6.3 inches for the pixel 4 and pixel 4XL and a slightly larger 5.8 and 6.5 inches for the iPhone 11 pro and the pro max.
But their displays of the devices is completely different when you flip the devices. Google has ditched the notch for the pixel 4, and they have embraced a thicker top bezel to hide the radar chip that powers the phones face recognition and the motion sense. Apple has stuck with the notch for the iPhone 11 and pro max.
The pixel 4s smaller inch screen of 5.7 inches is full HD+ while their larger XL OLED display is Quad-HD+. Appl has used the super retina XDR technology for both iPhone 11 pro models. The phones by Google can now adjust to a 90 Hz refresh rate, and this depends on what you are looking at, this should make the browsing experience even smoother.
When it comes to their designs, there is an edge apple has to pixel 4. Both models of pixel 4 come in three shades; a matte clearly white, the glossier just black and vibrant Oh so orange. While the iPhone 11 pro and pro max come in four mattes; space gray, gold, silver, and new midnight green.
The design by iPhone 11 looks a little more premium to our eyes and still stays up for full comparison.
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Pixel 4 vs. iPhone 11 Pro: Performance
Google is using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor, which is very fast, although it may not be near as powerful compared to what Apple is using the A13 Bionic chip. There are many tests that the A13 mostly outperforms the snapdragon 855.
Though this is not the end of the battle, this is because Qualcomm is introducing a new snapdragon chip in this winter. This is expected to be introduced in every 2021 flagship with Samsung Galaxy S11 in February. This may make the pixel 4 outdated just a few months after launched.
Pixel 4 vs. iPhone 11 Pro: Cameras
When it comes to photography, this is where the pixel lineup shines comparing to the iPhone 11. Although an apple has made some significant strides that improve the iPhone 11s camera hardware and software, this is no match still to what the Pixel 4 has to offer.
Pixel 4 has a dual-lens rear shooter and with a telephoto 16MP and also a wide-angle 12MP lens. The iPhone 11 Pro has an additional ultra-wide-angle of 12MP lens that enables it to capture more details. Both of these models have a single font facing lenses.
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