The rumored season for Pixel 4 never stops, even if Samsung launches a big smartphone. 9to5Google, whose earlier Pixel 4 rumors were confirmed by Google before the phone started, has a new set of Pixel 4 rumors for us.
First: The Pixel 4 should have a 90 Hz function for a "liquid display". Just like the OnePlus 7 Pro. This means that the entire user interface should be updated to 90 instead of the usual 60 frames per second. This, at least for the OnePlus 7 Pro, proved to be an absolute revelation of the smooth interface and made the phone feel responsive and responsive. Until the introduction of 90 Hz displays, Google was the market leader for "Smoothness" in the Android interface. So it'll be interesting to see what the company can do with a faster display Android phones – such as the already mentioned 90-Hz OnePlus phone and even a 120-Hz OLED screen from Asus with the ROG Phone 2 occupy. At the launch of Note10, we were disappointed that Samsung released a regular 60 Hz old display on its $ 1,000 flagship. It looks as if even Google would beat Samsung.
9to5Google also lists two sizes for the Pixel 4 with 5.7-inch and 6.3-inch variants. The larger version will get a 3700 mAh battery, while the smaller version will have a 2800 mAh battery. 2800mAh sounds pretty meager for a 2019 smartphone, and this is actually a downgrade from Pixel 3, which had a 2915mAh battery.
At least one major pixel issue should be resolved by jumping from 4GB to 6GB of RAM. The Pixel 3 was criticized last year for having only 4GB of RAM when other phones have 6GB or 8GB, and the Phone became RAM-deficient for power users – to the point that Google released an update to try to optimize the memory management of the phone. Six gigabytes of RAM are still not spectacular in 2019. Some phones today deliver twice that, but it's better than 4GB.
When these rumors emerge like the last, the Pixel 4 becomes a rare feature for a Pixel device: novel and unique hardware. In the past, the pixel story was all about software, and you bought a Google phone despite hardware . After looking at OnePlus 7 Pro, we think 90 Hz displays should be compulsory for flagship smartphones, and for once, Google is getting on board early, even before Samsung. Google's Project Solis Radar Sensor is truly unique, but Google needs to come up with a way to make it useful and not just redundant in a smartphone if you already have a giant touchscreen in front of you.  That was & # 39; s for this last round of rumors. Google has recently blown up the Tech News cycle and made an unprecedented move to confirm rumors on the Internet as they surfaced. So far, the company has released its own phone rendering after the rumor mill released the design. Later, it announced the integration of Project Soli after this rumor was published on 9to5. Let's see if Google has anything to say on this subject – Google, here's my rumor, so maybe call me?
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