Aside from the fact that the camera is on Pixels, there is one area where Google's equipment has been missing for the last three generations: battery life. And it doesn't look like everything will change with the Pixel 4 series. The new leak of 9to5Google detailing the Pixel 4 and 4 XL specifications reveals
Both the Pixel 4 and 4 XL will have 90 GHz batteries so you can expect Google to add large batteries. This is not the case: the Pixel 4 has a 2800mAh battery – the same as the Pixel 3 – and the Pixel 4 XL comes with a 3700mAh battery, 10% more than last year on the Pixel 3 XL. [1
Once again, you will have to exchange the battery life at face value. for a great camera.
For whatever reason, Google's hardware unit just doesn't seem to be able to implement the basics. For the past three years, Google has been delivering its flagship 4GB of RAM when its competitors have offered three times as much, and memory management continues to be a number one issue for the Pixel series.
We at least get 6GB of RAM. as standard for this year's phones, but 64GB of storage may be a limiting factor this time around, especially if you think there is no MicroSD slot. manufacturers have been doing this for several years. But with Pixels, it looks like you're going to have to compromise on battery life and limited storage. Other features include a Snapdragon 855 chipset with Pixel Neural Core, a 12MP 16MP camera (we may have to wait for the Pixel 5 to get a wide angle lens), stereo speakers, face unlock, Titan M unlock, Titan M and Motion Sense.
By the way, Google doesn't offer USB-C key or USB-C headphones in the box, unlike the Pixel 3. I understand the reason why budget brands don't include headphones in the box, but it's inappropriate on a $ 1,000 phone. Of course, the Pixel 4 will probably take pictures of a caliber we haven't seen before, but from a hardware point of view, it's just not measured.