Google Pixel 4 will have 6GB RAM, 8x zoom, and Motion Mode
The Google Pixel 4, expected to be launched next month, is said to come with a dual camera setup at the back comprising of 12MP main and 16MP telephoto units. And if the latest report is to be real, it will come with a new camera feature called “Motion Mode”.
How Does Motion Mode Work?
The “Motion Mode” offers you ability to take sports and action shots with “moving subjects in the foreground and blurry background”. Additionally, the Pixel 4 will also come with an improved Night Sight with speed-related improvements.
The report further states that Google will boast of the Pixel 4’s ability to take pictures of the starry sky.
What Of 8x Zoom?
Well, that’s not all. An image shared by a user on Chinese social network Weibo claims that the Pixel 4 will feature 8x zoom which could be a combination of optical zoom and Google’s Super Res Zoom feature.
Another image confirms that the Pixel 4 will come with 6GB RAM. Current Pixels brags about with 4GB RAM, and it’s good to see Google finally making a jump to 6GB RAM. It now remains to be seen whether Google will also have a model with 8GB RAM.