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Neural Core and more: the Google Pixel 4 (XL) data sheet, including scope of delivery

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The data sheet was released too early, a graph shows the most important technical data of the Google Pixel 4 and its older brother XL. At the same time, a previously unknown innovation is unveiled, because under the hood is a new “Pixel Neural Core”. A new chip that probably calculates artificial intelligence and things like that, […]


The data sheet was released too early, a graph shows the most important technical data of the Google Pixel 4 and its older brother XL. At the same time, a previously unknown innovation is unveiled, because under the hood is a new “Pixel Neural Core”. A new chip that probably calculates artificial intelligence and the like, that is, it supports tasks like the Google Assistant and probably the camera as well. I also think it’s good that Google doesn’t make any difference between the models, except for screen size and battery size.

Google Pixel 4

  • 5.7 ″ FHD +, 90 Hz, AMOLED
  • 6 GB RAM, 64/128 GB storage
  • Snapdragon 855, Pixel Neural Core
  • 12 MP + 16 MP main camera (telephoto)
  • 2800 mAh battery, USB-C
  • Stereo speakers, face unlock, gesture control
  • Android with 3-year update guarantee

Google Pixel 4 XL

  • 6.3 “QHD +, 90 Hz, AMOLED
  • 6 GB RAM, 64/128 GB storage
  • Snapdragon 855, Pixel Neural Core
  • 12 MP + 16 MP main camera (telephoto)
  • 3700 mAh battery, USB-C
  • Stereo speakers, face unlock, gesture control
  • Android with 3-year update guarantee

Some details are still missing, such as information about the front camera. Google is probably canceling the second ultra-wide sensor, which I will definitely miss a lot personally. Therefore, it is interesting to see how much angle the single front camera sensor offers.

What is in the box?

Another chart reveals what is included. Unfortunately, we did not find any earphones, which I find weak for smartphones in the 800 to 1000 euro price range. The included power supply is also limited to just 18 watts, which doesn’t seem like progress.