Google Pixel 4 brings a huge upgrade over its predecessor in the camera department. The device has a 12MP + 12MP dual-camera
at the rear, as opposed to a single 12MP camera on the Pixel 3. Among the two cameras on the back, one is a conventional camera, and the other is a wide-angle camera. Thanks to the wide-angle camera, users can now capture wide sceneries with ease. The conventional sensor has OIS and dual-pixel phase-detection autofocus. On the other hand, the wide-angle camera neither has OIS, nor autofocus. The Pixel 4 carries over the same 8MP conventional + 8MP wide-angle dual-camera at the front from its predecessor.