Google Pixel 4 XL

85

Engadget Review

The Pixel 4 XL packs all of the same new features as its smaller siblings, and on the whole, these additions should be enough to excite even wary Pixel fans. It’s fast, thoughtful, and benefits from additions like a big, 90Hz screen and the ambitious Motion Sense system — when it works correctly, that is. Beyond all that, though, the Pixel 4 XL’s real draw is its bigger battery. It’s still doesn’t last as long as some of the Pixel’s rivals, but it’s noticeably better than what the standard Pixel 4 is capable of. If you’re enthusiastic about Google’s new additions and don’t mind a bigger phone, the Pixel 4 XL is clearly the model to invest in.

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Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL review: A slightly flawed taste of the future
These new models are about more than just clean software and good cameras.
Chris Velazco
Chris VelazcoOctober 21, 2019

Pros

  • MotionSense feels like the future
  • “Smooth” display looks great
  • Speedy performance
  • Google Assistant is faster and smarter
  • Great camera experience

Cons

  • Motion Sense is finicky
  • Face Unlock could be more secure
  • Middling battery life
  • Slightly dull design
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Pixel 4 XL

Engadget

85

Critics

10 reviews
80
ZDNet
On paper, the Pixel 4 XL reads like the perfect Android phone

81

AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE

Users

2 reviews
100
ediez
People complain and complain about the memory, the ram, the battery, blah, blah, blah

95

AVERAGE USER SCORE
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Key Specs

TYPE
Smartphone
OPERATING SYSTEM
Android
SCREEN SIZE
6.3in
INTERNAL MEMORY
64GB
CAMERA
Yes

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