SPECS AND PERFORMANCE
- Snapdragon 855 chipset
- The first Google phone with 6GB RAM
- Quick to use, whether gaming or scrolling through apps
The Google Pixel 4 packs Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 855 chipset, giving it plenty of grunt, and that's complemented by Google's first ever bump in RAM for a Pixel phone.
The first, second and third generations of the Pixel range have all come with 4GB of RAM, but the Pixel 4 sees that increased to 6GB, bringing the phone more in line with the Android competition (although there are still plenty of rivals packing 8GB, and even, in some cases, 12GB of RAM).
We found in our time using the phone that it was speedy, able to load apps and games with ease as well as offering everything we need from a modern smartphone.