Google has already made a name for itself in the smartphone camera department, but with Pixel 4, things should be taken to the next level. It is rumored that there is an updated primary camera, a new tele-alternative and a mysterious third sensor. It is also reported that a DSLR-like software implementation is being prepared, and it now appears that this could provide an incredible new feature.
Is the zooming of the maps for Pixel 4 increased by 20 times?
Like YouTuber Brandon Lee of This is Tech Today Google Design Director, Claude Zellweger, recently posted a photo on his Instagram page, which was taken in Google Design Studio. The creator of the company's creative and industrial design, Alberto Villareal, added Zellweger in his photo to which he replied that it had been shot with "20x zoom" on an unspecified pixel device.
What else does Pixel 4 offer in the camera department?
In addition to this potential advancement in the software zoom department, Pixel 4 is also expected. The new square camera module in the upper left corner offers further enhancements.
According to the latest information, Google's next flagship will feature an updated 12 megapixel sensor on the back which will act as the primary camera. This includes a brand new 16-megapixel snapper, which is supposed to be combined with a telephoto lens. It is currently unclear what zoom level this will support without the improved Super Res zoom software, but it will likely be either 2x or 3x.
It should also be an LED flash and a so-called spectral sensor. Details of what this can do are still scarce, but information that is unavailable to the naked eye may be collected, for example As X-rays and ultraviolet and infrared. The sensor can also capture depth data for individual pixels and better identify materials. Among the advantages could include better photography and portrait shots in low light conditions.
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL specifications
The upcoming Pixel brand smartphones are expected to ship with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 and 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of non-expandable internal storage.
After completing the settings, there will be 5.7-inch and 6.3-inch AMOLED displays. Both panels support a refresh rate of 90 Hz, but resolutions vary. In particular, Pixel 4 should provide a resolution of FHD + (2280 x 1080p), and Pixel 4 XL should increase the resolution to QHD + (3040 x 1440p).