Google consistently adds to AOSP code that calculates the growth figures of all the devices globally from different types of OEMs and hence this seems to be quiet irrelevant with the Pixel 4, as it has nothing to do with display refresh rates.
We're in the final weeks before the expected Google Pixel 4 launch so that means the rumors are bound to come in a flurry. Last month, it was claimed that both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will come with 90Hz display - just like recently launched OnePlus 7 Pro - which Google calls "Smooth Display'".
Chatter surfacing in the previous week suggests a new Motion Mode will be included to assist sports and action shots. That will be the "Motion Mode" and an improved version of Night sight mode named Astrophotography Mode.
The image above practically confirms what we've known for a while about the Pixel 4. XDA Developers speculate that Live HDR is likely based on the HDRnet algorithm, which was developed jointly by researchers from Google and MIT and was demoed more than two years ago back in the summer of 2017.
The next major update for Google Assistant is essentially expected to get rid of all the barriers enabling you to speak to your phone without having to wait for replies or use invoke phrases. The phone appears to have a big top bezel and a small chin which looks a tad bit small to house a speaker unit, like the one seen on the Pixel 3 XL. "While the larger 4 XL model will have a 6.3" 1440p screen and a 3,700 mAh battery. The quick demo shows a music track being played on the phone, followed by a right-swipe hand gesture, which changes the track. Under the hood will run Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. Google's upcoming smartphones will not only bring a pure Android experience but will also be the phone to beat when it comes to camera performance. The Pixel 4's call-hold feature may help in the meantime.