The Pixel 4's 90Hz display is confirmed in Android 10 source code

Reading time icon 2 min. read

Readers help support MSPoweruser. When you make a purchase using links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Tooltip Icon

Read the affiliate disclosure page to find out how can you help MSPoweruser effortlessly and without spending any money. Read more

Google Pixel 4 family was expected to come with one of the most 2019 features on flagships, a display with a 90Hz refresh rate. While the pixel density race has slowed, device manufacturers have looked for other ways to make their devices nicer to use. Notches, holes, pop-ups, HDR support, better-tuned OLED displays and so on. With its slightly thick top bezels, Google isn’t adopting a bezel-less display just yet, but it’s going for a high refresh rate on its devices. This would make navigating the user interface that much smoother. iPad Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro users can attest to this.

The folks over at XDA Developers have spotted an Android 10 code commit confirming the 90Hz refresh rate referring to P19 (Pixel 2019 ) devices. Barring the Pixel 3a, Google’s Pixel 4 is its only incoming 2019 models. So this does confirm the presence of that feature.

Google will be bringing 6GB of RAM, a 1440p display and a second telephoto lens camera among other new hardware features.

The firm is expected to launch the Pixel 4 and 4 Xl this October, They’ll be its second Pixel release this year alongside the 3a series. In a year of powerful ‘budget’ phones and super-flashy flagships, it’ll be interesting to see the market response to the Pixel 4 family upon launch.

Via: XDA Developers

More about the topics: Google Pixel, pixel, pixel 4, specs