The Pixel 5 is also capable of shooting 4K video at 60 frames per second, the first of Pixels. It also offers the largest Pixel family battery at 4,080 mAh, which makes the phone live for almost a day and a half between cases.
This one… Well, it’s great!
Pixel 4A 5G (9/10, WIRED Advises) shares many features with the Pixel 5, and is similar to the Pixel 4A.
Let’s start with its similarity to the Pixel 5. It also works the same with the Snapdragon 765G processor, except there are 6 gigabytes of RAM here instead of 8 (it doesn’t make much difference). It has two video and video machines, and support for 5G. However, the capabilities of 5G are not limited to this phone as you would find on other 5G-enabled phones. The unlocked version only supports sub-6 5G. If you are using Verizon and are part of the company’s 5G network, you will have to pay for the locked Pixel to get the new millimeter-wave service. (We don’t think it’s worth it, so have an unlocked Pixel 4A 5G.) Battery life is also a little worse than Pixel 5, it only lasts for one day.
Like the Pixel 4A, the Pixel 4A 5G is made of plastic, there is no wireless download or water resistance, and the OLED screen has no 90-Hz break. It’s bigger, though. The 6.2-inch OLED screen is the largest of the three, and this makes it an ideal Pixel for anyone who appreciates its size.
Should You Buy An Old Pixel?
Probably not. With new Pixels on track next year, it doesn’t make sense to throw money at anyone older than they are right now. If you can get a Pixel 3A for less than $ 250, go for it. If the Pixel 4 or 4 XL will cost $ 400 or less, then a solid deal. But the Pixel 4 battery is much better, which Google has developed in its new phones. All these old phones too stop getting software updates in 2022. It is best to buy one of the new varieties.
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