The Pixel 4 has not started yet, but has already hit Pixel 3 in one point. Perhaps last year's Google flagship has just been successfully dethroned as the company's worst kept secret. Although the scandal about leaking mobile phones is not so spectacular, there seems to be no shortage of unofficial information on the 2019 smartphone. Now, just a month away from its official debut, both sizes of Pixel 4 can be seen in a pair of nearly massive hands-on videos that will satisfy and disappoint fans alike.
Previously, Pixel 4 was said to use a display panel with a refresh rate of 90 Hz, similar to some game-oriented smartphones. It's not a Razer Phone with 120 Hz, but with the OLED panel 90 Hz are as fast as you. Pixel 4 hands-on video shows the settings for the phone, including the Smooth Display option, which allows you to switch between 90 Hz and the regular 60 Hz, depending on the content. For battery life reasons, users may want to disable Smooth Display permanently.
The hands-on video also reveals an "ambient EQ" feature that is Google's answer to Apple's True Tone display and adjusts the color temperature of the screen based on ambient light. Other highlights of the hands-on are the coarse version of the camera app and a recorder app.
The functions of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are mostly similar. For this reason, taking away from the Pixel 4 XL video is the black and white color combination of the larger phone. In contrast to the original "Panda" style, however, the Pixel 4 XL Panda has a completely white back with black edges and a black camera protective cap, which enhances this quadrangular device even better.
Of course, everything is still unofficial, and the software shown on these Pixel 4 phones is probably not yet in its final form. However, with the announcement of October 15, it will not be long before we finally see Google's hand for 2019, or at least what is yet to be announced.