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Google Pixel 4 XL vs Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: The Pixel 4 has a better camera system

Ahead of official release date, the Google Pixel 4 XL is revealed to equip with a better camera than the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.

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Google Pixel 4 XL hands-on confirms a better camera than Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Just like any other flagship smartphones, the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL has massively leaked, and now somebody has even apparently gone hands-on with the oversized variant of the smartphone, unearthing detailed information regarding its camera and among other features.

Nextrift has got their hands on a forthcoming Google Pixel 4 XL, and among other stuff the leakster tested is its camera in comparison to the shooter on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. It reveals that the while colors in images produced by the Galaxy S10 Plus were quite more saturated, while the Google Pixel 4 XL managed to pull out a more true to life tone and better detail perpetuation.

Based on these premature impressions it appears like the Google Pixel 4 XL could have a better camera system than the Galaxy S10 Plus – though some users are sure to prefer the more colorful and vivid photos from the Galaxy S10 Plus. Additionally, the site noted that the Pixel 4 XL appeared to struggle with macro shots.

The site also tackled about the form-factor design of the Pixel 4 XL, which seemingly includes a matte feels on the frame and a sheet of glass on the back panel for the wireless charging. It also added that the appearance on the back panel isn’t what they anticipated.

Google’s Face Unlock feature also gets some necessary upgrades with biometric security option – and there’s no fingerprint reader. According to the report, the Face Unlock works instantly and very accurate, even in low-light conditions, but that it doesn’t mean that it can function when the Pixel 4 XL is lying on a flat surface.

Finally, it said that the Google Pixel 4 XL screen display has a 90Hz refresh rate, but there’s also an option to switch it back to 60Hz. As with all leaks and rumors swirling across the Internet, it should be taken with a grain of salt. We’ll know the confirmed details for sure soon, as Google’s Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL take the center stage on October 15.

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