Just as Google is readying to launch it’s long-awaited Google Pixel 4 pair next week, camera samples of the Smartphones have surfaced on 9to5Google. Reports claim that these images are the ones that will be used by Google to promote its devices on the 15th October launch event.
The first set of images are selfie shots taken using the portrait mode on the Pixel 4. These images look quite impressive, but are 4.5 MP in resolution, lower than the 8 MP images we saw in Pixel 3.
The second set of images is taken using the rear camera’s portrait mode. These images are very impressive, showing Google has worked on its edge-detection which gives these images an advantage over images taken from the previous smartphones in the Pixel series. The images also show how the additional sensor on the back will affect the image background.
Apart from this, Samples for Google’s legendary Night Sight have also been released. The images taken during the night using the feature have bright and vibrant colors with far less noise.
The leaked samples also reveal that the Google Pixel 4’s camera can be used to capture images of the sky at night. Most smartphone cameras are not capable of capturing the night sky with such detail and lack of noise.
The Pixel 4 and 4XL are expected to arrive with a 5.7-inch OLED panel and 6.3-inch OLED panel respectively, offering a 90 Hz refresh rate, Quad HD+ resolution, and ambient EQ. Internally, both smartphones will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 at the helm paired with 6 GB of RAM.