The Note 10+ beats the Pixel 4 XL slightly in most aspects, but there's a catch.
A new video has surfaced that that shows us pictures taken from the new Google Pixel 4 XL and helps us compare them with those taken from Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 10+.
The YouTuber, however, mentions that the Pixel 4 XL is still running demo software and not the final build. He even points out that not all shooting modes were even available to open up.
The YouTuber also points out that all modes aren’t available in the Video mode either. Specs revealed, however, that the front camera can record Full HD and the back can record 4K at 30fps.
While we know this isn’t the final software release that will run on the Pixels once they’re launched, it is still sad to see that the pictures (which aren’t bad by any means) have their downsides. The Pixel series has had camera performance as one of the USPs of the series, ever since the Pixel 2 launched.
It remains to be seen how much of a difference the final release will make on the camera performance. Honestly, we expect quite a bit.