The fourth iteration of Google's home-cooked Android handset, the Pixel 4 is both a worthy successor and a worthy competitor for the Apples and Samsungs of the world. It comes in standard and XL versions, with either a 5.7" Full HD+ or 6.3" Quad HD+ OLED screen, each with variable refresh rates up to 90Hz. A small bezel at the top of the screens houses the selfie camera, face unlock sensors, and a Motion Sense radar module that allows for gesture controls. The Pixel 3 was lauded for its camera, and the 4 builds on that, with 12-megapixel Dual-Pixel and 16-megapixel telephoto rear cameras. To take full advantage, there are improved portrait and Night Sight modes, with the latter gaining astrophotography-specific skills. Powering the phone is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor paired with a Pixel Neural Core, 6 GB of RAM, and up to 128 GB of storage. Both models will be available in three colors: black, white, and orange.