The Google Pixel 4 XL shares many similarities with its smaller sibling the Google Pixel 4. However, one of these differences addresses one of the biggest issues reviewers had with the lower-priced option in Google’s 2019 lineup.
Key differences include:
- A larger 6.3-inch 90Hz P-OLED display running at 1440-by-3040 pixels.
- A larger 3700mAh battery
This means that not only is the screen larger it also includes a higher pixel density for added detail and clearer text.
The biggest benefit over the standard Pixel 4 comes in the increased battery size. While reviewers had trouble getting the Pixel 4 to last a full day on a single charge, reviewers found the larger battery in the Pixel 4 XL up to the task of lasting all day.
Otherwise, the phone is identical to the Pixel 4. For more details about performance, camera quality, design, and software, be sure to check out our Pixel 4 summary.
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