Google Pixel 4: 7 details that you might have overlooked
By Goraud Mazanec 2019-10-16 423 0
However, even the most filtered mobile phone in history keeps secrets. Some that Google hasn't even had time to mention during its presentation. That's why we wanted to collect some of the details of the Pixel 4 that you may have overlooked, but that you should certainly keep in mind.
No more unlimited storage in Google Photos
As Mishaal Rahman of XDA mentions, the free unlimited storage of images and videos in original quality in Google Photos says goodbye, and as the only advantage are offered 100 GB of storage in Google One for a period of three months.
Cannot record 4K video at 60 FPS
According to the details specified on the device's official Google Store page, Pixel 4 are capable of recording Full HD 1080p video at 30 FPS, 60 FPS and 120 FPS, and 4K at 30 FPS. Therefore, there does not seem to be the possibility of capturing 4K video at 60 FPS as in most first level terminals this year.
Pokémon's new "mini-game" is an animated wallpaper
Days before the presentation of the Pixel 4 we already warned about the inclusion of a Pokémon mini-game developed together with Nintendo in the Pixel 4, which would serve to demonstrate the functionalities of the Motion Sense system and the Soli radar. Today we know that this mini-game is actually an exclusive animated wallpaper, through which we'll be able to interact with the pocket monsters on our home screen.
"Headed South", another mini-game to test Motion Sense
In addition to the Pokémon mini-game, we also include Headed South, an application developed using the Unity graphic engine and powered by Motion Sense, in which we control a bird through gestures without having to touch the mobile. It is also developed by Ustwo Games, the creators of the Monument Valley saga.
No headphones or adapter in your box
The Pixel 3 were the first models of the brand to do without the headphone port, but instead introduced a pair of USB headphones Type C with the Google Assistant integrated. The Pixel 4, on the other hand, get rid of the headphones despite not having a 3.5 mm port, and from what we have seen in the official Google store, do not include a mini-jack adapter to USB Type C either.
Two matt finishes, one glossy
The Pixel 4 product page indicates that the device has a Gorilla Glass glass panel on the back and front, available in "glossy and soft touch" finishes. However, it should be noted that only the black model "Just Black" has a glossy finish, while the other two variants have a matte finish.
It is possible to force the 90 Hz refresh rate of the screen
Google has joined the cart to which brands such as OnePlus or Realme had already been added, and gives its Pixel 4 a "soft" screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. By default, the screen will vary its refresh rate automatically and intelligently depending on the content of the screen, but as far as we know, an option included in the options for system developers, allows forcing the frequency to 90 Hz at all times.
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