Google Pixel 4 90Hz display confirmed through Android 10 source code

05 September 2019
At this point it's pretty much a given that the company's upcoming flagships will have the faster refresh rate.

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The Pixel 4 is expected to arrive with a 5.7-inch 1080p+ OLED panel, while the Pixel 4 XL should get a 6.3-inch 1440p+ screen. The smaller model is to have a 2,800 mAh battery, with the XL version touting 3,700 mAh instead. Both should have the Snapdragon 855 chipset and 6GB of RAM, and of course run Android 10 from day one.

Like a joke. Bg screen small battery and anything beyound 1080p is complete waste on a 6 inch screen it will make no difference apart from much bigger price.

rohan123, 06 Sep 2019I think there are 4 reasons why 1. Samsung display co is suppl... more Given the price these go for one must be a fool to spend that much without paying attention to the specs and evaluating your options so people buying these flagships certainly knows about those features. We are not talking about Entry phones or Mid rangers.

Gandalfdenvite, 06 Sep 2019"Writing emails and editing documents doesn't really need high r... moreTo be fair, it does load and open large documents pretty fast. But I don't really know if it was necessary for me to have a such a powerful processor, in any case, the phone won't be obsolete for a long time, and it will be able to do these tasks for years to come.

Anonymous, 06 Sep 2019S10e will beat this in battery The new oneplus lost its lead ... moreWell, so far my S10e has sufficent battery for my needs, but worse battery definitley isn't a good thing.

As for OnePlus performing worse because of 90Hz screen, that's pretty sad news for their users.
In a nutshell - don't buy 90Hz or 120Hz phone if you aren't a gamer...

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2015 4gb ram confirmed as well?

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Dolanescu, 06 Sep 2019I don't have a 90Hz display at home or work... and is already av... moreBeen using a 240hz monitor for over 3 years. Phones have alot of catching up to do especially since there are 300hz laptops now

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Anonymous, 06 Sep 2019My OP7P lasts from 6am til I go to sleep around midnight with 90Hz on.That means absolutely nothing if you don't tell us your SOT.

Anonymous, 06 Sep 2019Galaxy does stacking. Why does it still use the strongest noise ... moreAs a small sensor to reduce noise efficiency they need to stack at least 6 to 10 frames. Galaxy stack only 3 frames which is not enough for a small sensor

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Pritam-OIS, 06 Sep 2019Maintain all details and reduce noise is possible by multi frame... moreGalaxy does stacking. Why does it still use the strongest noise reduction?

Anonymous, 06 Sep 2019When it comes to mobile photography there are many trade offs. ... moreMaintain all details and reduce noise is possible by multi frames images stacking. Image stacking is a only method where you can remove noise but no details will be lost

Thats good Addition but what about the RAM!!

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Pritam-OIS, 06 Sep 2019I don’t know how your display but your phone is capture noisy p... moreWhen it comes to mobile photography there are many trade offs. Because they all have poor hardware (small sensors and crappy lenses) ...

You have to choose between details or low noise. Both same time is impossible.
If you reduce noise reduction to have more details, photos will show more noise when zoomed in.
If you increase noise reduction, texture will be eaten. Skin and walls for example will look like wax.

LG and Samsung need to reduce noise reduction by 30% at least. Both are cameras form instagram only. Awful to see them on large 4K screen. Same applies to iphone.


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AverageUser, 06 Sep 2019That's true. I mean more Hz on your display is cool, but I'm ... moreS10e will beat this in battery
The new oneplus lost its lead with the 90z screen

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greenarcher02, 06 Sep 2019Basically the same issue with Sony Mobile. Sony's Alpha cameras ... moreThat is different.

Bravia has dedicated image chip, Xperia does through software. Also you cant compare mobile screens against tv screens. TVs use 100x better screens than any cellphone. None oled tv has blue nor red hues.

Xperia 1 uses Samsung oled, no red hue.
Mi9 uses Samsung oled, no red hue.
Vivo Nex uses Samsung oled, no red hue.
Motorola has Samsung oled, no red hue
Google has Samsung oled, no red hue.

You can watch any of those silly videos of speed and battery test. The phones with red hue while displaying white image are always Samsung, Apple and OnePlus.

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AverageUser, 06 Sep 2019That's true. I mean more Hz on your display is cool, but I'm ... more"Writing emails and editing documents doesn't really need high refresh rate, and neither do social media, texting or camera app", but it needs a Snapdragon 855?

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Dometalican, 06 Sep 2019If OnePlus's battery wasn't good enough for that 2K90Hz panel on... moreMy OP7P lasts from 6am til I go to sleep around midnight with 90Hz on.

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rohan123, 06 Sep 2019I think there are 4 reasons why 1. Samsung display co is suppl... more5- samsung want to cut corners and increase the profit

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I can only hope that their dual sim option (esim and regular) can be open at the same time. What happened to 5G Google?

The battery capacity is absolutely shocking!

You've all got to see that the battery capacity is to low fire a 90Hz OLED.