Theand can take some fantastic photos, but early reviews (and my own experience) all point to poor life span of the battery. It is not clear what the main culprit is, but hopefully Google can address this through future software updates.
Until then, there are a few steps you can take to maximize the battery life of your Pixel 4, some of which include switching off some new features of the Pixel 4. Yes, that is difficult, but if your phone is switched off before the end of the day, some sacrifices are needed.
Here are five things you can do to improve the battery life on your Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL.
1. Switching off the Always-On Display
It is useful to constantly show the time and pending notifications on the screen of your telephone, but an Always-On Display shortens the battery life of your telephone.
Switch off Always-On Display by going to [19459069tegaan] Settings > Display > Lock screen Display and switch off Always on .
2. Turn off Smooth Display
The screen of the Pixel 4 has a maximum refresh rate of 90Hz, but that is at the expense of the battery life. Out of the box, the phone automatically switches between 60Hz and 90Hz, depending on what you're viewing, but you can turn off Smooth Display in an effort to get the most out of your phone's battery.
Go to Settings > Display > Smooth Display and switch it off. If Smooth Display is off, your phone's display stays at a refresh rate of 60Hz and you save some battery during the process.
3. Disable Motion Sense
Motion Sense, with which you can activate your phone or change its number by recognizing a hand gesture, is constantly scanning and looking for motion for your phone. This of course affects the battery life.
Disable Motion Sense by going to Settings > System > Motion Sense . You can't change numbers with a hand movement and your morning alarm keeps ringing until you turn it off by tapping the screen, but at least you save some battery, right?
4. Use the dark theme of Android 10
the use of a dark mode or theme on your phone will improve the battery life, and Android 10 happens to have a specific dark theme.
When turned on, most of Google's own apps, as well as third-party apps, replace the typical white background with dark colors, reducing the amount of energy used by the screen.
Go to Settings> Display and move the switch next to Dark Theme to the position On .
5. Use regular backgrounds
The new Live Action backgrounds are fun and entertaining, but they also use more battery. So, if you try to save as much energy as possible, stick to a standard image.
We have taken athat will certainly impress even hardcore iPhone users, as well as manuals for using the coolest feature of the Pixel 4, and a handful of .