The Google Pixel 4 XL has nearly the same OLED 6.3-inch size and same QHD+ resolution as its predecessor, though it’s slightly longer at a 19:9 ratio. It’s notable that the Pixel 4 XL’s 1440 x 3040 resolution (537 pixels per inch) is greater and sharper than the standard Pixel 4’s 1080 x 2280 display (with 444 pixels per inch). The Google Pixel 4 XL’s camera suite remains the standout perk of the phone. The Pixel 4 XL’s main shooter is still 12.2MP though the aperture has been improved slightly to f/1.7. It manages a 77-degree field of view (FOV), which is far from the 123-degree FOV in the Samsung Galaxy S10, for instance, but it gets the job done.