Google Rolls Out A ‘Fix’ For The Pixel 4’s 90Hz Display

When the Pixel 4 was announced, one of the features Google boasted about the phone was its 90Hz Smooth Motion display. However, when the phone was released, it was discovered that the 90Hz display was not persistent. This meant that the display would actually switch between 90Hz and 60Hz depending on the situation, which was clearly not very ideal.


The Pixel 4 Originally Shot 4K At 60 FPS, But Google Removed It

Recently it was revealed that the Google Pixel 4 smartphones would not be able to record 4K video at 60 fps. Instead, video recording at 4K would be capped at 30 fps, which we guess isn’t too bad, but 60 fps would have been preferable. Google claimed that this was due to the fact that 60 fps videos take up more storage, and that for the most part, most users […]


Google’s Pixel 4 Packaging Comes With A Hidden AR Surprise

While it looks like Google could be done on the virtual reality front, it seems that the company is still very much interested in augmented reality (AR), so much so that according to a report from 9to5Google, it has been revealed that the packaging of the Google Pixel 4 actually comes with a hidden AR Easter Egg surprise.


Google Pixel 4 Seemingly Blocks These Four Apps From Running At 90Hz

As some of you might have heard, Google’s Pixel 4 has come under fire recently for its 90Hz display, where despite being advertised as such, it was revealed that the display’s refresh rate changes depending on the brightness, where it can drop down to 60Hz. Now it seems that Google might have actually blocked certain apps from ever running at 90Hz.


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Google Promises Update That Will Address The Pixel 4’s Display Refresh Rate

With the Google Pixel 4, Google managed to achieve a couple of “firsts” for its Pixel lineup of smartphones. One of those “firsts” is a dual camera system, and the second would be a 90Hz refresh rate in its display. However, in the past few days, we’ve seen some controversy arise in its display where it was found that it was not always set at 90Hz.


Google Explains Why The Pixel 4 Doesn’t Shoot 4K At 60 FPS

These days, the majority of our smartphones come with the ability to shoot videos in 4K resolution at a buttery smooth 60 fps. However, it has been discovered that the recently-announced Google Pixel 4 does not have the ability to capture video in 4K at 60 fps, but rather, it is capped at 30 fps.


‘Immature’ Tech Is Why The Google Pixel 4 Doesn’t Have 5G

It was rumored that Google could be looking to launch a 5G Pixel smartphone this year, but when the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL were announced, there was no mention of 5G at all. This has led to some to wonder about Google adopting the technology, and it turns out, Google has a pretty good reason.


Google’s Pixel 3 XL Trade-In Value Is Pretty Disappointing

Thinking of getting Google’s new Pixel 4 smartphones by trading in your older Pixel phone for it? If you are, then you might want to consider trading in with another company besides Google. This is because according to reports, it appears that Google is giving pretty disappointing trade-in values for older Pixel phones.


Pixel 4 Pre-Orders Will Also Come With $100 In Google Store Credit

Are you thinking about pre-ordering Google’s Pixel 4 smartphone? As it turns out, if you do plan on pre-ordering the handset, you will be given a $100 credit towards the Google Store. This means that you’ll be able to use the credit towards accessories and other things you might want to buy.


Pixel 4 Will Not Come With Unlimited Google Photos ‘Original Quality’ Photo Backups

One of the selling points of Google’s Pixel smartphones was that it came with free unlimited storage on Google Photos. Google Photos already offers free unlimited storage, but it caps it at a certain resolution, but with Pixel phones, Google offers free unlimited original quality photo backups. This means that you get to store your photos at full resolution for free.


Full Pixel 4 Specs Leaked Ahead Of Announcement

Google will be officially announcing their new Pixel 4 smartphones tomorrow, a phone which one could say is the worst-kept secret of 2019 as far as smartphones are concerned. In fact, leading up to the announcement, someone at Best Buy Canada thought it might be a good idea to post the full specs of the phone on its website.


Pixel 4 Owners Could Get Free 3-Month Google One Subscription

Google’s Pixel 4 is expected to be announced next week and now according to the folks at 9to5Google, it seems that Google is giving would-be Pixel 4 customers more incentives to purchase the handset. This comes in the form of a free 3-month subscription to the Google One cloud storage service.


Google’s Contractors Are Using Questionable Methods For The Pixel 4’s Facial Recognition

One of the upcoming features of the Google Pixel 4 smartphones is facial unlock. We’re not sure whether or not it will be on par with Apple’s Face ID, but from the sound of it, Google is working pretty hard at developing their own system. In fact, in July it was reported that Google was paying people on the streets $5 if they could scan their faces.


This Is How The Pixel 4’s Motion Sense Will Work

While smartphones with touchscreens felt like the heralding of a new era as far as mobile devices were concerned, we started to companies experiment with the way we used our devices. In the early days of smartphones, we saw features that allowed users to interact with our devices without actually touching it, although that never quite panned out.