Google added and removed 4K 60 FPS video support for Pixel 4 models
Google recently announced why it didn’t feature Pixel 4 4K 60 FPS video recording. However, the company added this feature to devices, turned out to remove.
As we have recently announced, Google has announced that it does not feature 4K 60 FPS video recording on the grounds that the Pixel 4 models take up too much space and are not used extensively. However, the resulting concrete information confused.
Add-on under development
XDA Developers Editor-in-Chief Mishaal Rahman, research on the Pixel 4 software, the company’s development phase of the device 4K 60 FPS video recording feature has been added, but again removed. It is said that this may have several reasons. The main reason is that, as Google explains, 4K 60 FPS video recording uses 500 MB of storage per minute and Pixel models start at 64 GB.
In addition, the company explained one of the reasons why this feature was not preferred by very few users. However, they are said to have other reasons. For example, video quality was not at Google’s level, or the chipset of the device may have overheated during 4K 60 FPS video recording. It is also possible to think of a rapid depletion of the battery as another reason. Regardless, users were expecting this feature on the Pixel 4 and it was a huge disappointment.