The latest November update makes the Pixel 4's display stick to a 90Hz refresh rate at more brightness levels, but it still switches to 60Hz when the ambient brightness is set below 42%. Google Pixel 4 XL, on the other hand, no longer switches to 60Hz at lower brightness levels.
Google baked a dedicated Soli chip into the Pixel 4 to enable Motion Sense gestures, similar to Air Motion on the LG G8. But at the moment, there aren't many gestures or apps that take advantage of it — so we've got some suggestions for Google.
Isaac Reynolds, the lead Pixel camera product manager revealed during an interview with The Vergecast that Google did not add 4K/60fps support to the Pixel 4 series as most people don’t actually need the functionality.
Switch to Verizon's Unlimited plan to score a $200 prepaid Mastercard when adding the Google Pixel 4 to a new line. You can also save up to $550 towards the purchase with eligible trade-ins. Plus, you'll receive an Amazon Echo Dot for free!