Google's Pixel 4 XL is an expensive phone with bad battery life. It's not for everyone and I fully understand the criticisms it's received, but in spite of all that, it's the Android phone I've enjoyed using the most in 2019.
OnePlus has been the go-to manufacturer in the value segment for some time now, but if you want a "true" flagship with all the extras, you'll still have to shell out the big bucks. Let's see what you're getting by paying more for the Pixel 4 XL.
I’ve been using Google’s Pixel 4 phone for four weeks now. I mean, really using it. With my SIM card in it and everything. Taking photos. Making calls. Playing Pokemon Go. And here's my review, from an iPhone-users perspective... one month later.
The Pixel 4 is a good-looking phone that needs some sort of protection in the event of a drop. Catalyst's Impact Protection Case promises to retain the Pixel 4's natural design while safeguarding it at all times. And you know what? It's pretty darn great.
If you're in search of a case that'll keep your Pixel 4 safe from daily wear-and-tear without adding any bulk, the Spigen Thin Fit is an enticing proposition. Should you go out and buy it? Found out in our full review!
The Totallee Clear Thin Case for the Pixel 4 is quite ambitious. It promises to keep your phone safe, thin, and show off its natural beauty all in one package. How does it hold up? Here's our full review!