There’s no “wow” with the Pixel 4’s design.
Personally, I’m fine with that, but others who value design won’t find the Pixel 4 attractive on a store shelf, and will probably ignore it altogether, especially if it’s displayed next to the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 or the OnePlus 7T.
iPhones outsell all those smartphones. Combined.
The supreme performance of the Pixel 4’s camera helps make up for the lack of an ultra-wide lens, but it still stings. I do really like the Motion Sense stuff, as it’s helpful in small, meaningful ways. I’d say, sure, consider it.
Long, wordy, and highly biased view of Pixel 4 vs. an obviously preferred piece of hardware without Google or Samsung’s name on it, but honestly, $800 is cheap for what you get.