For years now, the Pixel range of handsets has lagged behind the best Android phones when it comes to display tech, but that might change with the forthcoming Pixel 6 Pro.
According to a new report, Google is planning on fitting its flagship phone with an LTPO OLED display, offering a variable refresh rate of 120Hz, just like the newly announced iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Apple dubs the feature Pro Motion and says it “produces fast frame rates when you need them and preserves battery life when you don’t.”
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