Google: Pixel 4a's Camera Gets A Full Review Ahead of The Launch – Research Snipers

Google: Pixel 4a’s Camera Gets A Full Review Ahead of The Launch

Google’s Pixel 4a is the coming (and much-leaked) budget phone for the company in 2020. We know pretty much all about the phone in traditional Google hardware release fashion before it’s official unveiling. 

Now to add to that already heaping pile of leaks, Cuban tech blog TecnoLike Plus has tested the Pixel’s camera in collaboration with the XDA Developers.

XDA remarks on the full-resolution photos:

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“The photos are characteristically Pixel-like in look. This means they have excellent detail, balanced noise reduction with visible luminance noise, adequate (but not best in class) dynamic range, and great color accuracy. Night Sight is just as good as ever—I feel these photos are better than the Galaxy S20+’s night mode photos in a few respects. The Pixel 4a’s camera will continue to excel when it comes to having a balanced noise reduction system, which will resolve more detail compared to competitors.

The one weakness is exposure. Compared to phones like the S20 or the OnePlus 7 Pro, these photos aren’t as bright, resolving less shadow detail. On the other hand, facial detail continues to remain a particular strength for all Pixels. And finally, the Pixel’s portrait mode is better than most implementations.”

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A much larger, full-resolution sample range is available in original quality on Google Photos. 

In any other way, the Pixel 4a is considered to be an improvement over the 3a involving looks, base storage, and processor. Google still needs to announce it, and additional reports say it may come sooner rather than later.

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