Se dice que Google Pixel 4 cambia entre 60 y 90 Hz con frecuencia, según el brillo

Google Pixel 4 has an excellent display with insufficient brightness

Google Pixel 4 is said to switch between 60 and 90 Hz frequently, depending on the brightness

Displaymate also tested the screen of the new Google Pixel 4 and certified that Google’s new smartphone had a really good panel. But we shouldn’t ignore the fact that the Google Pixel 4 also lacks peak brightness when looking at this review. While a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has a brightness of 800 […]


Displaymate also tested the screen of the new Google Pixel 4 and certified that Google’s new smartphone had a really good panel. But we must not ignore the fact that the Google Pixel 4 also lacks maximum brightness when looking at this review. While a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 can achieve a brightness of 800 to 1000 cd / m², the Pixel 4, like its predecessor, achieves a luminance of less than 500 cd / m². Even a OnePlus 7 Pro reaches 600 cd / m².

Brightness is not everything, and yet it matters

Thus, the Google Pixel 4 achieves a very good rating in terms of brightness, but the competition is classified here with the rating of excellent. The differences are noticeable in bright surroundings, for example in direct sunlight. Even with the Pixel 3, summer wasn’t always fun.

Compared to the Pixel 3, the Pixel 4 offers almost 10 percent more brightness and at the same time, the power consumption drops slightly. However, Google offers an extremely attractive display that displays colors accurately and has generally high image quality.