One of the factors that affect the use of smartphones is the screen refresh rates. Recently, manufacturers have increased their screen refresh rates just like monitors. Users with the model 90Hz encountered some difficulties.
The smoothness we feel in using the smartphone depends on the display features as well as the RAM and processor. This difference is better understood when using the same device with 90Hz and 60Hz displays.
T, 7T Pro and Google Pixel 4 are just a few of the devices that support 90Hz . While the OnePlus family offers 90Hz in all circumstances, Google has unfortunately remained in the classroom.
Google, with Pixel 4 models, heralded the 90Hz feature. Unfortunately, the user experience did not match the features promised by the company. Some users sharing on social media said the refresh rate dropped to 60Hz when the screen brightness was below 75 percent .
“The screen refresh rate remains constant at 90Hz when ambient EQ is on and ambient light is sufficient, Bir a Twitter user said.
For now, the only solution is to change the screen refresh rate to 90Hz from the Developer Settings tab. Users who think that this feature has been added to improve battery life, said they were trying to contact the company.
The company's reaction to the screen refresh rate caused users to react. Google has not yet made an official statement.