The Pixel 4 is set to be announced next week at Google’s hardware launch event in New York City. Ahead of the launch event, a number of photos allegedly taken by the Google Pixel 4 have been provided in a report from 9to5Google.
The photos give us an idea of the image quality we can expect from the Pixel 4’s camera. Including day, nighttime, and portrait photos, there is also a “Galaxy Mode” sample of the stars in the sky.
Google Pixel 4 alleged render
Portrait samples have great subject separation and excellent, considering they were shot with the front-facing camera. Also, these photos were shot with the front-facing camera and the 4.5 images that were output look outstanding.
The main camera’s portraits offer much detail and balanced exposures and much like the front-facing portrait shots, subject separation is only really visible upon very close inspection.
Other daytime shots reveal great exposure balance and high detail. Of course, as it gets darker, photos shot in the standard auto mode show progressively more noise where it needs to compensate for lower lit areas.
There are also some Night Sight samples. These were all shot in a city with mild to moderate ambient light and the color reproduction is quite punchy. Even using Night Sight, you can see the Pixel’s distinct high-contrast aesthetic, which highlights and shadows pop against each other.
A new Galaxy Mode shooting mode will be able to capture many more stars in the sky at night, but we wonder how well this feature would work in more metropolitan areas where there’s more light pollution.
Check out the full set of camera samples over at 9to5Google by heading to the Source link below.
We can’t wait to try out the Pixel 4’s camera for ourselves. The Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL are going to be announced on October 15 in New York City along with a rumored successor to the Google Home Mini, possibly the next-gen Pixel Buds, the next generation of Google Wi-Fi, and a rumored Pixelbook Go.
The Pixel 4 (rumored specs) will feature a new front-facing sensor that can interpret hand gesture waves for various applications and support 3D face-unlock. Meanwhile, the phone is expected to run a Snapdragon 855 chispet with either a 5.7-inch or 6.3-inch display and a 2,800 mAh or 3,700 mAh battery, respectively. Both phones will feature Google’s new Motion Sense front camera along with 6GB of RAM at the entry level. There are dual cameras around the back, one 12MP DualPixel Autofocus camera and a 16MP Telephoto camera.