There are 6 key reasons you should buy Google's new Pixel 4 over the Samsung Galaxy S10
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- Google's Pixel 4 falls short on some expectations, but there are still a few things to consider if you're also looking at the Samsung Galaxy S10.
- The Galaxy S10 is a great smartphone, but the Pixel 4 does a few things better.
- Features like the Pixel 4's camera, on-time Android updates, and a smooth 90Hz screen help make it a more appealing option than the Galaxy S10.
- Not to mention that the Galaxy S10 was released about eight months ago, and we're expecting a new Galaxy S device in just a few months.
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More people own Samsung phones than any other brand in the world, and for good reason - they're great smartphones.
But Google's Pixel 4 does a few things better.
The list isn't that long, and the Pixel 4 hasn't lived up to its expectations, but there's still a few key things to consider if you have the Pixel 4 and the Galaxy S10 on your shortlist.
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The Pixel 4 isn't as pretty, but its flat screen is more functional than the Galaxy S10's curved screen edges, which make the screen feel narrower than it really is.
The Pixel 4 is less frustrating to unlock because Google's radar-based facial recognition is faster and more accurate than Samsung's ultra-sonic in-display fingerprint sensor.
The Pixel 4 gets Android updates the moment Google rolls them out, while Samsung Galaxy owners are usually left behind for months.
The Pixel 4's camera takes better photos than the Galaxy S10's, which can look overly processed at times.
The Galaxy S10 is already a little old: It was released eight months ago, and a new Galaxy "S" phone from Samsung is expected in February, just four months from now.
The Pixel 4's 90Hz screen makes the phone feel faster than the Galaxy S10's 60Hz screen.
So the PIxel 4 trumps the Galaxy S10 in a few ways, but there is a flipside.
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