We are just a week away from Made By Google 2019 event, where the Mountain View company is going to unveil its next flagship smartphone lineup Pixel 4 along with other products. However, ahead of the launch and after the Pixel 4 lineup full specs leak, there is a disclosure about the Pixel 4 camera samples.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]
From earlier leaks, we get to know that the Pixel 4 lineup will feature a dual-camera setup with a 12-megapixel primary lens and 16-megapixel telephoto lens at the rear. Now, the Pixel 4 camera samples are obtained by 9to5 Google. Below you can check the camera samples.
We see an impressive selfie shot taken for the device’s front camera, which appears to be the portrait mode sample of the phone’s front camera. The images are taken from the 4.5-megapixel, which shows excellent detail along with sharpness and vibrant colors and is significantly lower than the Pixel 3’s 8-megapixel front-facing portrait shots. Despite that, images look remarkable.
The above images show the portrait effect using the device’s rear camera array, which looks great with a strong bokeh effect by maintaining the details on the edges. Each image appears to be cropped at around 7 MP and is taken from Pixel 4’s primary camera. The bokeh effect around the dog’s photo shows us the camera capabilities.
9to5 Google also shared some evening images with motion mode. However, there is no information on whether the action shot uses any specific Motion Mode for processing.
The night mode photography has always been the Pixel’s phones on of the strengths. We can see the camera samples of Pixel 4’s4’s enhanced Night Sight capabilities. These shots show us the Night Sight mode capabilities, providing vivid colors and less noise and grains in comparison to other competitors.
Along with the Night Sight, the leak indicates a new Astrophotography Mode where we can take shots of Milky Way at night with the smartphone. The images appear to have been taken at California’s Pinnacles National Park with an f/1.7 aperture at 12.2 megapixel and a 16-second exposure, according to the EXIF data. However, it’s not sure that is it 16-second exposure or 16 one-second exposure shots combined together.
Moreover, there are more Pixel 4 camera samples, including macro shot, the obligatory food shot, and stark silhouettes, which you can check below.
Source: 9to5 Google[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]