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Date published: 2019-10-08
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.

The Google Pixel 4 is set to be announced on October 15, and there’s likely to be quite a big launch event - we now know what part of this fanfare will entail, because camera samples that Google intends (or intended) to use to promote the upcoming phone’s camera capabilities have leaked.
These snaps were found by 9to5Google, although it’s not clear how the website obtained them. They show a variety of pictures in a range of settings, from both the front and back camera on the device.
By looking closely at these pictures, we can work out what the big new Google Pixel 4 camera features are. Shots of the Pixel 4 shown by Google itself show the device has one more camera lens than the Pixel 3, and these leaked image samples give us a good clue as to what purpose it could serve.
The Pixel 3 topped our list of the best camera phones when it came out, but has since been surpassed by the Huawei P30 Pro, so Google is going to have to pull out all the stops to reclaim its top ranking - which based on these samples it might manage.
Some of the pictures show selfies evidently taken on the front-facing cameras (the Pixel 3 actually had two, and we’d expect the Pixel 4 to have just as many). The snaps show crystal-clear subjects with appropriately blurred backgrounds, so it seems the selfie cameras could have improved depth sensing. Portrait shots from the rear cameras show the same effect.
Other snaps show astrophotography - pictures of the night skies. You can make out a field of stars in one, and the Milky Way in the other, so the camera is evidently great for snaps like this. Several handsets, like the Huawei P30, have had moon modes that can shoot that celestial body in high quality, but star shots are harder to take on smartphones.
A key feature of the Pixel 3 was night shooting, with clear and bold low-light pictures, and some of the leaked camera samples show off pictures of a group of people at night. These images are bright and high-quality, and the bright city be ...

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