After a lot of suspense, the Apple iPhone 11 is eventually out, and the same goes for Pixel 4 from Google. Now that both are in the stores, it may not be an easy decision for smartphone users to choose the one that is best for them. This is particularly true for those who are very concerned about the quality of the photos that they can take.
As far as photo quality is concerned, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are outstanding with the three rear cameras and a massive screen. But that is not even to dismiss Google Pixel 4 in any way because it is one of the most excellent too as far as photo quality is concerned.
In terms of design, both devices are incredibly similar and look so much alike that it is almost impossible to believe that both are made from different brands. They both have massive screens, frosted glass, massive panels at the back full of big camera lenses and that is not to mention the use of glass on both sides of the placement of the logo at the back in the middle.
As for the display, this is what most customers will find most fascinating. For iPhone 11, it has a 6.1-inch 720p HD LCD display; the iPhone 11 Pro has a 5.8-inch 2436 x 1125 OLED display and the iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 6.5-inch 2688 X 1242 OLED display. Overall, the Pro versions of the iPhone 11 have excellent OLED screens alongside triple rear cameras. As for Google, the Pixel 4 comes with a 5.7-inch 1080p 90Hz Smooth Display OLED while the Pixel 4XL comes with a 6.3-inch Quad-HD 90 Hz Smooth Display (OLED).
Thus, it is easy to see that for Google, their devices are not as big as that of Apple in terms of the display, but the screens also have very high resolution. The refresh rate of 90Hz is considered first-class. The main noticeable difference here is just the notch, while Apple makes it’s own very prominent, Google does not share the same sentiment and does not even use any notch following the feedback they got from earlier designs.