Stopping there, this Google Pixel 4 screen with OLED is undeniably very good. Pretty bright colors, satisfactory HDR rate and has fine brightness. When watching Netflix or YouTube with content that supports HDR, the colors look vivid, every detail can be seen in more detail and provide an almost satisfying viewing experience. Yes, almost. This is because the forehead is too thick on the Pixel 4 screen. Great! Google is no longer using the ugly notch of the Pixel 3 XL. But this thick forehead design is from a device many years ago. Directly not modern and looks awkward when compared to current devices.
However, after a few weeks – I already feel normal. It’s like a “new” notch. Yes, the design is weird and not pretty. The same goes for the iPhone X notch, the HD+ iPhone 11 LCD screen or devices with perforated screens. Users need to spend a little time with the device, before continuing to enjoy it. To me, if given a choice, I would choose the OnePlus 7T Pro screen. But believe it or not, this Pixel 4 screen is also Okay!
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But OnePlus devices can stay 90Hz no matter what the brightness level. Google’s reason here is a limitation on the hardware used. To me, Google doesn’t want to admit wrong that they put a small battery on the Pixel 4 with a wide range of processing power, so if it’s always 90Hz – the battery life will be bad.
The device is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processing chip and is matched with 6GB of RAM memory and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. The gadget model I use is 64GB. Most frustrating here is the storage. 64GB of storage is a no -go for 2019 and the frustration doesn’t stop there – the device’s storage is based on UFS 2.1 instead of 3.0. My Lord, Google.
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