Google Pixel 4 Review: Easier To Buy, Harder To Recommend

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Google Pixel 4 Review: Easier To Buy, Harder To Recommend 5



You’ve heard it time and time again from reviewers like me: “this phone has a great concept, but it falls down in the execution.” Well Google has always gone a little different with its smartphones so maybe it should come as no surprise that the Pixel 4 flips that around. The Google Pixel 4 is a wonderful execution … of some very confusing decisions. Join me for the MrMobile Google Pixel 4 Review!



MrMobile's Google Pixel 4 Review was produced following six days with a Google Pixel 4 review device provided by Google. Preproduction device running pre-release software. Google offered travel and lodging assistance for some members of the media to cover the Pixel 4 launch event in NYC, as well as a photo tour to several Brookyn-area destinations. MrMobile does not produce paid or sponsored reviews; Google was not offered copy review or approval prior to publication, and no compensation was requested or provided in exchange for this coverage.

Special thanks to Android Central, which provided support critical to the production of this video. See Android Central's Pixel 4 Review.



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💬 Comments on the video

i love how brutally honest you are with sponsorships not like all other reviewers, i just love the way you care about your viewers.

Author — taltigolt


The battery alone completely and totally disqualifies this phone.

Author — John xantoro


Correction: Soli radar operates at 60GHz (not 60Hz, as stated in the VO). A minor error, but one that hertz just the same.

Author — MrMobile [Michael Fisher]


I am more then fine with the forehead of the pixel 4. however some things like 64gb with ufs 2.1... a small battery... it makes it really hard... also not full quality on drive for pictures and only for 3 months... so why is that even a thing? And a wide angle.... If you only have 2 sensors... then a wide angle is a must!

Author — Concept Creator


I feel like Michael is one of the only top tech reviewers that actually talks about the phone call quality on y'know... phone reviews.

Author — devinZA


Phone manufacturers: "We have no room left for the headphone jack."
Also phone manufacturers: "We added a radar and a second lens to our phone! Also, the battery is smaller now."

Author — The Aroused Eunuch


The decisions Google made certainly are questionable. But, nonetheless, it is a pretty good phone.

Author — its just luke Revive


“First, I had to charge the pixel on the back of my galaxy fold” 😆😆

Author — Noman Ahmad


The only person to do a pixel PHONE review and actually mention call quality...

Author — David Smith


Why are phone manufacturers selling us things we don't want ?
Who asked for a stupid radar tech ?
Removal of headphone jack ?
Why not an ultrawide ?
And where is the damn fingerprint sensor ?
And then your asking for 799 for 64 gb ?
Have you lost it ?

Author — Anuraj Kumar


Too many compromises this year. I’m keeping my Pixel 3

Author — Dennis Tetrault


I’ve been saying this forever. Google, if you’re so damn hellbent on going telephoto, at least go 5X optical zoom! 2X is next to useless, it doesn’t actually help you much in real life situations

Author — sisir360 || TheLoneGun101


I feel like Google makes the perfect phone then says "you know what, this is too good, let's eff it up a little" then replaces some good components with crappy ones.

Author — Shane Bigler


These gimmicky gesture controls were in the old Samsung phones..they learned it in the hard way and quit

Author — Beerus The Destroyer


You have the most honest review on YouTube of the most boring phone of 2019

Author — Joshua rose


"Icing on a very questionable cake" 👏👏😃😂😃😂

Author — Virality Factor


Mr Mobile's vids are easier to watch and harder to not recommend

Author — Kevin Z


9:57 imagine people doing that on the streets.

Author — Gautam Pallakki


This review helped me make a decision to wait for the pixel 4a.

Author — Charlie Matson


Why does it seem like Google is content to just half ass its phones and ride the reputation of the Pixel and Pixel XL's cameras from a few years back?

- 90 Hz display but small batteries
- Fast facial recognition but no fingerprint sensor
- More RAM but still only UFS 2.1 storage (and not much of it, sans SD card slot)
- Another camera but not a wide-angle lens
- Android 10 feels a little less cohesive than previous offerings

I'm a Pixel XL user but I really want Google to properly pull out all the stops and show us what they can do, like Samsung did with the Note series a few years ago.