Manas, 25 Sep 2019To be frank I always experienced buggy software in Google pixel devices... Using pixel 3 now. ... moreInteresting, I've had the pixel 2 for 2 years and it's still smooth as butter...I wonder why yours was laggy.
In fairness, the Pixel 3's forehead is probably the same size as the 4. The 4's chin is just smaller and makes the front look uneven. The 3 just looks more symmetrical though. The Pixel 3 is if Google wanted to make a smaller 2 XL without the display issues.
I love my 3. I especially love it on Pie (September 2018). Everything feels buttery smooth like my Essential Phone when I first updated it to Pie. I just don't have the urge for a 4 because Android 10 is just a turn-off. The 4's inferior design with the glass back doesn't help either.
Let us wait on the Pixel 5. Hopefully by then, the 5 might start looking like Samsung's early 2017 flagship.. Galaxy S8.
Wow really no 4K at 60fps in this year on the processor what do you mean?
I hope that is only rumor what if it have a 6.4 inch display with fullhd+ and 2800mah I think it is a disaster.
Anonymous, 25 Sep 2019I sold my pixel 3 some time ago after just 3 months - too much lag just from the beginning als... moreusing Pixel 3 XL for some 4 moths, not a single problem here. screen is cracked, but it works well, so I'll just wait for Pixel 4
I sold my pixel 3 some time ago after just 3 months - too much lag just from the beginning also had force closes, freezes, some hardware issues like a none functioning fingerprintreader etc. - the camera was brilliant, well, the software was - I dont buy a phone only for its camera. They f***** up the design of the 4 so badly I'm glad I don't wanna buy into this. It seems like google is searching the worst design on the market just to copy it for no good reason. Look at the Note 10 - it has a punchhole, yes, but it's a darn good and goodlooking phone that many people actually buy - though the phone is way too expensive...people will defend the google phone anyways, I know that, still good Im not alone with my opinion.
I know SD855 is a flagship power efficient SOC, but a 2800mah battery in a 2019 flagship phone is so unacceptable
but battery... why oh why so small capacity :(
I can live with everthing else, no problems... but battery is way too small :(
hoping for something to change on this filed on official launch in October.
Not sure about the design of the camera, but the forehead? YES, COUNT ME IN! It is so much better to have a full width coverage rather than a notched screen. Motorized pop-up or rotating camera sounds cool, but I'm rather worried by the tendency of its motor get broken one day.
Well, they are gonna have to compensate with a pixel 4a if they don't up this things battery
To be frank I always experienced buggy software in Google pixel devices... Using pixel 3 now. But facing issues like low ringtone volume, buggy WiFi, other Biggs ruining my day today experience... I will not buy a pixel again.. this is my personal opinion.. thank u
To be frank, I'm superbly happy looking at Pixel 4's specifications. But in ny opinion, putting out fingerprint scanner ain't a good move.
++ Oh they forgot to mention the miniature version of 'Soli Radar'. Well that is just something interesting Google has put in their next gen products. Damn excited to see what its capabilities are!!!
Forehead instead if ugly notch? good
compact 5.7 inch? nice
90hz 1080p o-led? great!
no sd card slot? bruh
no headphone jack? why?
< 3000mah battery? NO!
Wait, this is the real design and specs? If so, trash.
Come on now.
Good camera ain't worth the ugliness and the disappointing specs.