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Tech & SciencePixel 4 will reportedly feature a screen with a 90Hz ‘Smooth Display’

07:10  08 august  2019
07:10  08 august  2019 Source:   msn.com

Google just revealed the Pixel 4 months earlier than expected

Google just revealed the Pixel 4 months earlier than expected In a shocking turn of events, Google shared the first image of its next smartphone on Wednesday, confirming many of the leaks that have been spreading around the internet over the last few weeks. If Google sticks to the same release schedule it had for the Pixel 3, then the Pixel 4 won’t officially launch until October, which makes this an incredibly early reveal. But there’s no denying that it will get people talking. In an era where everyone is prone to massive leaks, even the likes of Apple, Samsung, and Google, it’s interesting to see a company try to ride the wave rather than fight back.

The physical appearance and some headlining features of the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL have already been confirmed by Google itself, but there are still plenty of specs that Google still hasn’t said anything about.

Google has filed a patent for an all- screen Pixel smartphone. The move suggests that the upcoming This would suggest the internet giant is toying with the idea of multiple under- display sensors such Nevertheless, the filing does suggest that the idea is on the table. So, perhaps the Google Pixel 4 will

Pixel 4 will reportedly feature a screen with a 90Hz ‘Smooth Display’ © Image: Google, re-stitched by @atn1988

9to5Google is reporting that it has a “reliable source” who has provided the site with a lot of specs for the Pixel 4. Specifically, it reports some details about the screens and the RAM that should give a bit of hope to users waiting for Google to release a truly top-tier device. Though every Pixel phone has been pretty good, the company has struggled to live up to the really premium competition from Samsung (or, of course, Apple) in terms of build quality.

Reportedly, the 5.7-inch Pixel 4 and 6.3-inch Pixel 4 XL will feature screens with a 90Hz refresh rate that the company will brand “Smooth Display.” We’ve only seen a handful of phones with a refresh rate that high, such as the OnePlus 7 Pro, and they’ve impressed us every time. Scrolling on the OnePlus 7 Pro is noticeably smoother, but at the cost of some battery life.

Five best smartphone buys for summer 2019

Five best smartphone buys for summer 2019 Looking for a hot summer smartphone buy? Here are five of the best. Google Pixel 3a: This is easily one of the best smartphone buys this summer. You get the great camera that Google is known for, an OLED display (typically not found on cheaper phones), and a headphone jack, which seems oddly like a premium feature in 2019. The 5.6-inch Pixel 3a starts at $399. Motorola Moto G7: One of the great things about the Moto G7’s is that it doesn’t look like a budget phone. And has a small, less-conspicuous dewdrop-style notch in the display.

These displays will reportedly feature a “switchable 60Hz/120Hz refresh rate,” which means that Apple is considering bringing Pro Motion tech to the iPhone 12 screen . Having the refresh rate switch between 60Hz and 120Hz could also offer huge benefits where power consumption is concerned.

The Google Pixel 4 will reportedly feature massive design changes, including the removal of The smartphone is also said to be dropping the display notch, and will instead have a hole-punch The screen will have uniform bezels and a very thin chin, but will retain the front-facing stereo speakers of

Hopefully Google will ensure that’s not an issue with the Pixel 4 — especially since the rumored battery sizes aren’t especially impressive: 2,800mAh and 3,700mAh, respectively.

We already knew there would be two cameras on the back of the Pixel 4, but reportedly there are more details available: one will be a 12-megapixel camera and the other will be a 16-megapixel telephoto lens. Google may even be “developing a DSLR-like attachment,” 9to5Google says.

The phones will, of course, use the Snapdragon 855 processors, just like every other flagship Android device this year. However, they’ll reportedly have 6GB of RAM, an important spec given how poorly the Pixel 3 has handled memory management over the past year.

If you’re not caught up on the Pixel 4, Google has been teasing features on its own ahead of the launch. It has shown off the dual camera and has let everybody know the Pixel 4 will feature both face unlock and a radar chip that can detect when the phone is approaching your face.

Last but not least, 9to5Google pegs October 4th as the launch date, which pretty much fits in line with what we’d expected. We’ll know the details for sure then — unless Google decides to just up and tell us more before that.

Google's next laptop is reportedly the 4K Pixelbook Go .
The device has a 13.3-inch display and will be unveiled at the Oct. 15 "Made by Google" event, according to 9to5Google.The higher-end 4K option will have the same "Molecular Display" branding as Google's Pixel Slate tablet, according to the site, which cited anonymous sources. You'll apparently be able to choose between models with Intel Core m3, i5 or i7 processors, 8GB or 16GB of RAM, and 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage.

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