The new Google Pixel 4 takes selfie worse than last year's Pixel 3

After evaluating the main camera of the new Google Pixel 4, DxOMark specialists finally got to the front camera of the smartphone.

And How?

The Google Pixel 4 received a score of 93 for photos and a score of 91 for video, resulting in a total score of 92.

DxOMark specialists considered the photo’s advantages to include a wide range ofdynamic range in bright light, good targeted exposure and natural skin tones. Disadvantages include rough light noise, depth estimation errors in bokeh mode, and some loss of detail on faces in all conditions.

Among the advantages of videography are effectivestabilization, good level of detail, wide depth of field, drawbacks include occasional underexposed faces in high-contrast scenes and some occasional effects of instability.

As a result, the Pixel 4 is in seventh place in the overall rating. Last year's Pixel 3 had the same result. But it takes photos even better: the previous model had 99 points for photos and 83 for video.

Let us remind you that Google Pixel 4 received 112 points for the main camera and became the best smartphone for video shooting.