In addition to Soli / Motion Sense and Astrophotography features, Google Pixel 4 includes a 90 Hz (Smooth Display) display, similar to the OnePlus 7T and some games phones. However, early users found that Pixel 90's 90 Hz display drops to the default of 60 Hz at lower brightness levels.
Reviewers Across the Internet Have Owned Google Pixel 4 After the Made by Google Event Last Week The experiences they shared were, to say the least, inconsistent. Some praise the 90 Hz refresh rate, while others found Pixel 4's adaptive smooth display option, which seems to randomly switch the image on and off. This week, Pixel 4 has fallen into the hands of people around the world, and developers have begun to understand their new phone better.
A redditor seems to have landed on one of the triggers for the pixel 4s Smooth Display does not use the 90 Hz refresh rate. In their tests independently certified by XDA Mishaal Rahman Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are switched to 60 Hz if the brightness of your screen is set to 75%. or less . At approximately the same brightness, the pixel 4 switches to a different display calibration setting .
However, other factors seem to be involved as well, since a person indicates that their Pixel 4 stayed at 90 Hz while it was at a low brightness level, but at a very high ambient light level. This points to the possibility that Smooth Display is partially tied to Pixel 4's Ambient EQ feature.
As developers continue to experiment with Pixel 4, we'll surely soon get a full answer to the question of when uses ] Smooth Display's refresh rate of 90 Hz and not. At this time, it is unknown why Google is using this metric at all.
For the time being, this is the best way to make sure that you optimally use the 90 Hz display on the Pixel 4, regardless of your brightness, or ambient light level to set the Force 90Hz Refresh Rate setting in the Developer Options menu activate. However, keep in mind that this almost certainly has a huge impact on your battery life. This is already one of the main complaints of the smaller Pixel 4.
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