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Pixel 4 series camera’s capabilities are being promoted via #SwitchtoPixel campaign

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Google is gearing to unveil the new Pixel 4 series on October 14. The company is getting ready for this year’s edition of its recurring Made by Google event. While Google’s smartphones are meant to show the industry the perfect sample of Android OS running in flagship hardware, it has become something more in the past years. Google Pixels are beasts in terms of camera, and every year they blow our minds with their quality. Things shouldn’t be different this year, and the search giant is already teasing its rivals.

Pixel 4 will deliver the best camera performance, thanks to the best software implementation

In the wake of Apple’s camera-centric iPhone upgrade, Google released a video today urging consumers to #SwitchtoPixel. The actual title of the 30-second clip is Shoot Like a Pro and it stars a “real person, paid for their opinion”. This real person notes on the video that she was having trouble with her old handset. And she was so scared about switching to a Pixel. However, she states that after switching, she fell in love with the Pixel camera. She further added her impressions about the Pixel’s unique Night Mode. The quality of shots captured by the Pixel handset was so great that some of her friends over Instagram were comparing it to a DSLR camera.

The new Pixel 4 series will ship with 12.2MP rear camera, however, it will come with a wider f/1.6 aperture. Furthermore, there will be a second 16MP telephoto camera with 5x optical zoom. Night Sight will be enhanced to allow for longer exposures. Thus giving users the opportunity to get in Astrophotography. In other words, the Pixel 4 series will be able to snap images of the night sky – This is simply amazing. On the front, users will be served with an 8.1MP selfie snapper.

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