Pixel 4 • Compare


Looking to purchase the Pixel 4? Swappa can help you make the right buying decision! We're making it easy to compare different models, features, technical specs, and more.

Avg Price: $240

Pixel XL vs Pixel 4

Choosing to upgrade from the Pixel XL to the Pixel 4 means skipping several generations, so you will see a large boost in performance and design. The Pixel 4 is smaller in size and has a larger display as compared to the Pixel XL. The Pixel 4 measures in at 5.7 (H) by 2.7 (W) and has a 5.7-inch display, and the Pixel XL measures in at 6.2 (H) by 3.0 (W) and has a 5.5-inch display. The Pixel 4 display is an FHD+ OLED Smooth Display with an up to 90Hz refresh rate and support for HDR. Other highlights of the Pixel 4 include a soft-touch glass back design with Active Edge for quick access to the Google Assistant, a Snapdragon 855 processor with the Pixel Neural Core and Titan M security module, up to 128GB of storage, and a 2,800 mAh battery with fast wireless charging capabilities. Lastly, the camera setup includes an 8MP on the front, and 12.2MP dual-pixel and 16MP telephoto cameras on the back. You will also get photo features such as Group Selfie Cam, Top Shot, Portrait Mode, and Night Sight.

Pixel XL vs Pixel 4

Pixel vs Pixel 4

Upgrading from a Pixel to a Pixel 4 means skipping several generations, which in turn, means you will experience improvements in almost all aspects of the phone. As a starting point, you would be going from a 5-inch display to a 5.7-inch Smooth Display, which supports up to a 90Hz refresh. And while the display size increased by 0.7-inches, the height of the phone only grew by 0.1-inch. The processor goes from a Snapdragon 821 in the Pixel to a Snapdragon 855 with Pixel Neural Core in the Pixel 4. Other highlights of the Pixel 4 include more RAM, the Titan M security module, a soft-touch glass back, Active Edge, and a 2,800 mAh battery with wireless fast charging capabilities. You would also get a solid camera improvement. The Pixel 4 has a dual-camera 12.2MP dual-pixel and 16MP telephoto setup on the back, with features such as Live HDR+, Portrait Mode, Portrait Light, Top Shot, and Night Sight.

Pixel vs Pixel 4

Pixel 2 vs Pixel 4

Going from a Google Pixel 2 to a Pixel 4 means skipping a generation, and that means you should see improvements in almost every aspect of the phone. The Pixel 4 is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB of RAM and has options for 64GB or 128GB of internal storage with a 2800 mAh battery. The display has HDR support and grew from 5.0-inches to 5.7-inches. The Pixel 4 display has Smooth Display with up to 90hz refresh. The Pixel 4 also saw an improved camera setup with a 12.2MP dual-pixel and 16MP telephoto on the back, along with new camera features to include dual exposure controls and Motion Sense.

Pixel 2 vs Pixel 4

Pixel 2 XL vs Pixel 4

Upgrading from a Google Pixel 2 XL to a Pixel 4 means skipping a generation, and also going from the XL-sized to the standard-sized model. Skipping a generation will bring an overall boost in performance due to the newer Snapdragon 855 processor and 6GB of RAM. Going to the standard-sized model means getting a slightly smaller display, 5.7-inch as compared to the 6.0-inch display on the Pixel 2 XL. Of course, the Pixel 4 display does have HDR support and Smooth Display (up to 90hz refresh rate). The Pixel 4 also saw an improved rear-facing camera setup with the addition of a 16MP telephoto, which sits alongside a 12.2MP dual-pixel camera.

Pixel 2 XL vs Pixel 4

Pixel 3a XL vs Pixel 4

Google introduced the “a” model (3a and 3a XL) as the more affordable option in the Pixel lineup, so those choosing to upgrade from a Pixel 3a XL to a Pixel 4 will experience a rather nice performance boost. You would be going from a Snapdragon 670 processor, with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, to a Snapdragon 855 processor, with 6GB of RAM and options for 64GB or 128GB of storage. The front-facing camera goes from a standard 8MP camera to an 8MP wide-angle, and the rear camera adds a new 16MP telephoto alongside the existing 12.2MP dual-pixel rear camera.

Pixel 3a XL vs Pixel 4

Pixel 3a vs Pixel 4

Upgrading from a Google Pixel 3a to a Pixel 4 means seeing improvements in almost every aspect of the phone. The display size stays almost the same, 5.6-inches compared to 5.7-inches on the Pixel 4. But the Pixel 4 adds HDR support and Smooth Display for an (up to) 90hz refresh rate. The Pixel 4 has a 2800 mAh battery with fast wireless charging, a soft-touch glass back and is water-resistant. Other features of the Pixel 4 include a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of internal storage, an 8MP wide-angle camera on the front, with a 12.2MP dual-pixel and 16MP telephoto setup on the back.

Pixel 3a vs Pixel 4

Pixel 3 XL vs Pixel 4

Upgrading from a Pixel 3 XL to a Pixel 4 means a year-over-year improvement in terms of performance, but it also means going from the XL-sized to the regular-sized Pixel. That means a smaller display size. The Pixel 4 display did pick up Smooth Display, which means up to a 90hz refresh rate, and it measures in at 5.7-inches (down from 6.3 on the Pixel 3 XL). The Pixel 4 also picks up the newer Snapdragon 855 processor and bumps the RAM from 4GB (on the 3 XL) to 6GB. Other highlights include up to 128GB of internal storage, a 2800 mAh battery, the addition of a 16MP telephoto camera on the back.

Pixel 3 XL vs Pixel 4

Pixel 3 vs Pixel 4

Upgrading from a Google Pixel 3 to a Pixel 4 will give an overall boost in terms of performance, along with some improvements in terms of the camera experience. The Pixel 4 still has the 12.2MP dual-pixel camera on the rear and added a 16MP telephoto. On the front, the Pixel 4 features an 8MP wide-angle. The Pixel 4 also has numerous software camera features such as Night Sight, Top Shot, HDR+, dual exposure mode, and Motion Sense. Otherwise, the Pixel 4 is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor and has 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, and a 2800 mAh battery that has fast wireless charging capability.

Pixel 3 vs Pixel 4

Pixel 4 vs Pixel 5

Choosing to upgrade from a Pixel 4 to a Pixel 5 means following a year-over-year upgrade path. In this case, you would be seeing some similarities, some improvements, and some downgrades. For example, both models offer up to 128GB of storage. Both models also have an 8MP camera on the front, but the Pixel 4 has a wide-angle with a 90-degree field of view. The Pixel 5 field of view drops to 83-degrees. Both models also have a 12.2MP dual-pixel camera on the back, along with a second 16MP camera. The second back camera on the Pixel 4 is telephoto and the Pixel 5 has an ultra wide. The displays measure in at 5.7-inches for the Pixel 4 and 6.0-inches for the Pixel 5. Both offer HDR support and Smooth Display (for an up to 90Hz refresh rate), but the Pixel 5 display adds a Gorilla Glass 6 glass cover for added protection. Otherwise, the battery is improved on the Pixel 5, coming in at 4,080 mAh with support for Battery Share, which allows you to wirelessly charge other devices. You also get 5G support on the Pixel 5.

Pixel 4 vs Pixel 5

Pixel 4 vs Pixel 5a 5G


Disclosure: This site contains affiliate links to other sites. We may receive commissions for purchases made through these links.

Get Help, Fast

Email

[email protected]

Need help with a listing or a sale?

Submit Help Request

Helpful Links

Swappa's typical response time for help requests is around 20 minutes... That's really fast

Cart, Full of Deals

Your cart is empty :(

Login for Deals

Pixel 4

There doesn't seem to be any content for this topic.