Just in case you didn’t get enough Google Pixel 4 hands-on videos, another one courtesy of YouTuber ReLab dropped today. Instead of taking a close look at the hardware or software, the video focuses on the Pixel 4’s gaming chops.
In the video, PUBG Mobile is running without a single hiccup on the Pixel 4. The display’s 90Hz refresh rate is likely helping with the smoothness, though the beefy processor also plays a role in the performance.
The cut-off UI elements in PUBG Mobile shows the game isn’t fully optimized for the Pixel 4. That said, Google hasn’t launched the phone yet — there’s still time for Tencent Games to properly update the game for the upcoming flagship.
The video also re-iterates some of the Pixel 4’s specs, such as the 6.23-inch AMOLED display with 3,040 x 1,440 resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. Other features include the Soli radar, facial recognition, an in-display fingerprint scanner, the Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM, and at least three colors.
Odds are Google will launch the Pixel 4 in October, seeing how the company mostly waited until then to make its hardware announcements.