There has been lot of information regarding the upcoming Google Pixel 4, like camera specs and hardware specs. Now, adding to the list, it has been revealed that Google Pixel 4 will get a special display. In addition to a 3D face recognition system and a gesture control system, the future Google Pixel 4 display will be rated at 90Hz and would be termed as “Smooth Display”. As for 9to5google, it has exclusive information on future Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. As always, Google is serious about competing with market leaders such as Apple, Samsung and Huawei.
Pixel 4 already has great competition in the form of Note 10, Galaxy S10, P30 Pro and more. However, Google will be focusing on great software to win over consumers. As we near the official launch, we are getting to see more information pop-up about the new Pixel 4 such as this latest rumor regarding the front display on the Pixel 4.
Pixel 4 90Hz Smooth Display
Pixel 4 is said to have a 5.7-inch OLED screen while the Pixel 4 XL would display a 6.3-inch slab. The small smartphone would be content with a definition Full HD + while the large format would opt for Quad HD +. So far, there is nothing really disruptive compared to the pixels of last year.
The novelty this year is that Google would give way to the recent 90 Hz refresh rate mode for the screen of its terminals. Like the OnePlus 7 Pro , the new pixels would display more frames per second to provide better fluidity to their users. Navigation on social networks or for reading an article would be more enjoyable. Google would introduce this technology as “Smooth Display”.
Battery Capacity to Support 90Hz Display
Pixel 3 weak point, the autonomy should progress on the new pixels 4. The XL model would benefit from a battery of 3700 mAh (against 3430 mAh for its predecessor). The small model would adopt, however, a battery of … 2800 mAh (smaller than the 2915 mAh of Pixel 3). One can only hope that Google has particularly worked on the issue of software optimization so as not to reproduce the bad experience of last year.
Finally and unsurprisingly, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL would ship a newer processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. Google would skip the recently announced Snapdragon 855+ and not wait for the next generation of SoCs to ease the transition to 5G. The mobiles should also accommodate the new version of Google Assistant shown at I / O 2019.