Google just launched its Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL in an event in New York. And guess what? We have the XL variant with us here. Let’s do the unboxing and have the first look of the smartphone.
Pixel 4 XL Unboxing.
The smartphone comes packed in a white background, with P 4 written in multi colors on the box. We don’t know if the box is going to be the official retail box as of now.
Inside the box, you will find, the smartphone, Pixel 4 XL first, obviously, and then the accessories. And as the rumors said, there are not many of the accessories available in the box. We received the Clearly White variant.
You will get a USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable, which is meant for the charging and data transfer. Then, there is the USB Type-C to USB Type-A OTG, which will let you plug your USB Flash Drives to the smartphone to transfer data.
Other than that, you get an 18W fast charging inside the box. And, this time, no USB Type-C headphones or a dongle. And there is a surprise in our package. Google included a White-Orange fabric case inside the box.
That is with the unboxing. You will get the unboxing video on the smartphone at the end of the post.
The Back Side – Camera
The smartphone looks amazing in hand. The premium glossy glass back looks more stylish than the last year’s Pixel 3/XL.
The glossy back, with the black side border and camera module, looks stunningly in place. The Cameras inside the camera module is flushed into the darkness and doesn’t look out of proportion. You can see a dual-camera setup, with an LED flash here. The camera module, however, protrudes a bit from the back. There is a Google logo in grey at the bottom section.
The camera here features dual-lens setup, the one has the 12.2MP sensor which has OIS. The second one features a 16MP camera is a telephoto lens, which also has the OIS.
The Right Side
The right side of the smartphone features an orange-colored power key, with volume rockers below it. The orange color does look good with the back background here.
The Left, Top, and Bottom Side
The left side of the smartphone doesn’t carry much of the things, just a single SIM slot. Other than that, there is nothing much interesting on that side.
The bottom section of the smartphone features dual speaker vents, with a USB Type-C port.
The top section holds a noise-canceling microphone only.
The Frontside – the display
And here comes the interesting part of the Pixel 4 XL. This is for the first time, Google has included the 90Hz display, which also has HDR support. The panel used here is the P-OLED panel, with a size of 6.3-inch and having a resolution of 1440×3040, with 537 PPI density. The display is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
Pixel 4 XL specifications
The Pixel 4 XL comes with a massive 6.3-inch HDR-enabled 90Hz display, with 537 PPI density. It packs the latest Snapdragon 855 based on the 7nm process, onboard, with 6GB RAM.
This is the first Pixel phone to get the 6GB RAM as the base RAM. With the RAM being fixed, the storage option varies. There will be two storage variants available: 64GB and 128GB. The Adreno 640 GPU will handle all of your gaming requirements.
The front camera is still an 8MP camera with a TOF 3D sensor. It also features Auto-HDR images and supports 1080p video recording. The Pixel 4 XL also features dual-stereo speakers as well.
For connectivity, the smartphone features Dual-band WiFi, with 2.5GHz and 5GHz band support. Also, you will get Bluetooth 5.0 as well.
For security, just like Apple, Google is focusing on the dedicated face recognition onboard, and yes, no fingerprint scanner, neither capacitive nor the in-display, is available.
The smartphone also packs a smaller 3700mAh battery. And it will be available starting October 24rth in three different colors: Just Black, Clearly White, and Oh So Orange.
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