Discovered by XDA-Developers, Google has left code buried inside Android 10 which confirms the Pixel 4 will come with a 90Hz display. For those unfamiliar with 90Hz, it’s a game-changer and a massive advantage over the 60Hz Galaxy S10 and Note 10. Moreover, it even looks set to be an advantage over the Galaxy S11.
What XDA-Developers found was a commit from Google inside Android 10 that it will add an enable/disable option to toggle a 90Hz mode on the ‘P19’ - which we already know this is a reference to the ‘Pixel 2019’. After all, the only Pixels released in 2019 to date are the Pixel 3a and 3a XL and - as great as they are - they are budget-friendly devices which don’t have 90Hz panels.
And this could be the break Google needs. Not only have smaller phone makers who adopted 90Hz displays seen the tech heavily praised for the increased smoothness and reduced eyestrain it brings, but we know that both Apple and Samsung are staying with 60Hz panels in 2019. Apple will take the leap with its 2020 iPhones, but fears are growing that Samsung’s Galaxy S11 will again miss out, despite being described as “a new beginning”.
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Are there any downsides to 90Hz displays? Yes, one: battery life and this raises some concern because the Pixel 4 is expected to have a smaller battery than the Pixel 3, a phone which already has questionable battery life (I know because the Pixel 3 is my daily driver).
Of course, such self-inflicted damage would be typical of Google’s two-steps-forward-one-step-back smartphone history. But right now, let’s concentrate on certainties because two years on from the Pixel 2 display debacle, the Pixel 4 looks set to make its display the biggest talking point but for all the right reasons.
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