Google will soon support Pixel 4 phones to record 4K video at 60 fps
Google will soon support Pixel 4 phones to record 4K video at 60 fps

Last October, the Pixel 4 didn't shoot 4K video at 60 fps. However, today's latest vulnerabilities confirm that the search giant supports the Pixel 4 with new options. Video recording.

The flagship model comes from the Pixel 4 phone with a storage capacity of 64 GB. So the search giant decided not to add an option to record 4K video at 60 fps in the Pixel 4 series, which has been what phone users need since its official release. One of the jobs.

XDA developers recently monitored a new 4K60 video recording option in the camera app in version 7.4 application code. This is a trial version that has not been officially released to users. Therefore, it is currently not possible to confirm that 4K60 chooses the paid camera app.

Pixel 4 supports video recordings at 30fps. So you can expect to change video recording rate to 60fps with smooth experience.

The selection also provides a new 4K24 video mode for video recording and one of the features that many Pixel 4 users will appreciate as well.

The option to use 4K60 has been reported in Pixel 4 phones to increase phone storage. However, Google offers other storage capacities through the Google Photos app so that users can keep copies of photos and videos.


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