Google proved once more to the world last year in October that it can invent impressive things also in the hardware area. The tech behemoth from Mountain View released its Pixel 4 smartphone, a powerful phone capable of many wonderful things.
With the latest Android version as its operating system, an octa-core Qualcomm SM8150 Snapdragon 855 chipset, a dual-camera setup on the rear, 6 GB of RAM, and other interesting features, Pixel 4 is worth buying.
Pixel 4 is worth buying, especially now since Best Buy is selling the phone for $450 with same-day activation. This means a huge discount of $350 from the usual price. There’s also worth noticing that the price for the larger Pixel 4 XL got rid of a similar amount of money, costing now only $550.
If you’re still not convinced that Pixel 4 is worth buying, maybe a description from Android Central will convince you:
The Pixel 4 was designed to be Google’s best and most impressive Pixel yet. It has an all-new 90Hz display, Motion Sense hand gestures, powerful face unlock, and dual rear cameras. There’s also a revamped design and upgraded internals, all of which come together to create an enticing overall package.
The Pixel 4 phone was highly awaited by the fans of Google back in 2019 since it was the successor for Pixel 3 released one year before. However, it was worth waiting, although some people are saying that Pixel 4 is a little bit obsolete. Comparing it to Pixel 3, Pixel 4 was a significant upgrade because it brought more RAM (6 GB instead of 4 GB), advanced camera setup on the rear and more MP (dual camera of 16 MP instead of single camera at 12 MP), bigger display, higher version of the Android operating system (Android 10 instead of Android 9), and more.
There’s no card slot for the Pixel 4 flagship, but who needs one for a phone capable of 64 GB and 128 GB for the storage?