For the record, the Pixel marketshare tells me not many people wanted the older phones either.
Why are there no pictures by the Pixel 4 (XL) in the Photo Compare Tool?
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2019I don't know a single person to recommend this phone to. It's not special enough for tech nerd... moreTrue. No one wants a plasticky yet bendable phone nowadays. Hardware is rubbish. For a similar price or cheaper there are many better alternatives, even an iPhone 11 is cheaper wth
I don't know a single person to recommend this phone to. It's not special enough for tech nerds, it's not potent enough for gamers, it's lacking cameras and video capabilities for media people, it's not affordable enough for Grandpa, it's not the best pick for everyday tasks for the usual customer, it's not premium enough for the rich guys...
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2019Android can look like iOS or Windows phone or Ubuntu or windows 10 or any other OS.
You can ... moreOne thing people ARENT getting is just what iOS is. Simplicity. Android is customizable, good for Android. Apple's iOS isnt made for that, its made for people who dont want to customize beyond settings and background. They dont care about the shape of icons, font,
or any of the other things Android users care about. The last iPhone I used was the 8 plus. and Im going back to Apples ecosystem due to the ultra pervasive nature of Google and
its search, etc. ever since a timeline of my locations popped up. I find that extremely unsettling and creepy. I dont need to know where ive BEEN, nor does Google. I'm so over
them. Orwell would be proud.
These photos are much worse than Pixel 2 by far.
I downloaded them to see on computer and I am shocked to know they come from Pixel.
Except those that are from very well lit scenes, the rest are horror show.
Nick Tagataka, 08 Nov 2019Probably Pixel 4 is now underexposing the frames more to preserve highlights better than Pixel... moreIf that's the case then I believe it's a very poorly done tradeoff. Pixel 4 itself can't be saved then, but since ported versions of Gcam always expose more of the framework, Pixel 3-like performance could probably be recovered with appropriate tweak of settings.
S Yu, 07 Nov 2019This makes sense, technically, but Pixel 3 was cleaner, the output from Gcam on other models i... moreProbably Pixel 4 is now underexposing the frames more to preserve highlights better than Pixel 3, and applying more aggressive tone curve adjustment which leads to higher noise level in the shadows. This time around there also seem to be less black crushing as well so the noise in the shadow area became even more visible than it already had been.
Nick Tagataka, 02 Nov 2019It's most likely caused by the way HDR+ handles the exposure - even though it stacks up to 9 f... moreThis makes sense, technically, but Pixel 3 was cleaner, the output from Gcam on other models is cleaner.
I also noticed that the telephoto photos are only 12.2mp.
Do you know why that is and what it means to have a 16mp sensor but only save photos at 12.2mp?
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2019They get confused on iOS rather than on Android. because on iOS you require more steps to do a... more"They get confused on iOS rather than on Android"
"iOS will always be a joke when it comes to end user experience"
"Nobody wants to use a restricted piece of tech in 2020"
Speak for yourself kiddo.
Now you revealed that you're just another Apple hater who don't hesitate attacking people who oppose you, even if they are existing Android users. I don't need you to tell me what devices I'm not supposed to use, I'm happy with my Galaxy S10 and P30 thanks.
Why was the location changed? now we have no reference to compare with!
Nick Tagataka, 02 Nov 2019You'll be surprised to see how many people actually don't know how to move the app shortcuts t... moreThey get confused on iOS rather than on Android. because on iOS you require more steps to do a task compared to Android.
Plz don't bother using a smartphone, you probably belong in 1920s clueless about technology.
Users deserve freedom, you can go buy your slave phone. iOS will always be a joke when it comes to end user experience. Nobody wants to use a restricted piece of tech in 2020.
Nick Tagataka, 01 Nov 2019I'm a long term Android user and I never gave a single damn about "fresh"ness of my home scree... moreI think EUMI Huawei and Honor mobiles offer best of both worlds. Actually, some areas like assistive touch Huawei mobiles implemented far more practical use cases than iOS. iOS beyond cameras bit stale in many areas in terms of ease of use. Currently, I cannot select URL using select all option in the browser. WhatsApp sharing pictures with caption from chat is not available (though it is probably specific to the app), apps and sites load far more faster than my iPhone 11(same sites and apps), android auto users/password in browsers more intuitive than faceid interfering with a pop up behaviour...are some of the minor irritants! But iOS pioneered touch interface with iOS now not leading the industry is my opinion based on my experience! Having said that iPhone Pro & Pro Max May offer different experience which I have not used so far
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2019You might not want to change your home screen, you are free to not change it.
But there are b... moreYou'll be surprised to see how many people actually don't know how to move the app shortcuts to the homescreen from the drawer menu, or even finding the app drawer in the first place. The sad reality for you is there are also billions of people around the world with little to no knowledge about technology (what you call "people with a single digit IQ") and they prefer to use what they have been provided initially instead of spending time on confusing so called customisation processes.
One of reasons why iPhone users prefer iOS is that it's FAST and SIMPLE. Only stock vanilla Android comes close to iOS in terms of simplicity, and if you're happened to use phones from any other Android OEMs, good luck with going deep into the settings menu and discovering features (some of which might irritate you if you don't know about it).
S Yu, 01 Nov 2019"Google has cleaned up the noisy remnants we used to often see on the Pixel 3" LMFAO?! Shadow... moreIt's most likely caused by the way HDR+ handles the exposure - even though it stacks up to 9 frames (and 15 frames in Night Sight), all frames are severely underexposed to protect the highlights from blowing up, and since the software needs to lift the darker parts of the image in post for better shadow exposure it inevitably introduces a lot of noise even at base ISO. iPhone 11 Pro's Smart HDR is the "real" HDR algorithm that involves the fusion of images with different exposures, so naturally it captures wider dynamic range and lower noise in the shadow areas than HDR+.
"Google has cleaned up the noisy remnants we used to often see on the Pixel 3"
LMFAO?! Shadows look very noisy at what the EXIF says to be ISO61! The 11 only just caught up to Pixel 3 in general but with Pixel 4 performing like this (by impressions alone it looks more like iPX grade) it's hard to say who comes up on top this year.
Hello Life, 01 Nov 2019Me? How did you guess I am using an Apple phone as my daily driver?. Infact I use an android. ... moreYou insinuated I'm a 10 year old kid but then claim I'm bashing you? lmao. What's it like being a hypocrite?
Also you use an iPhone so my "customization" point remains. All that text and you've proven nothing.
Hello Life, 01 Nov 2019Me? How did you guess I am using an Apple phone as my daily driver?. Infact I use an android. ... moreAndroid can look like iOS or Windows phone or Ubuntu or windows 10 or any other OS.
You can completely change the look of your device where you'd think you are using a OS from the future.
While iOS well, you can't make it look like Android or anything for that matter.
If I had to rate customizabilty for OS on a scale of 1-100,
Android gets 80-90 depending on OS, skin, etc.
Rooted Android gets 90-100.
iOS gets 5-10
Jailbroken iOS gets 15-20.