One of the most disappointing features of the fresh Google Pixel 6a was the screen, or rather, its frequency. While the vast majority of smartphones on the market, including budget ones, have switched to smooth 90 or 120 Hz displays, the Pixel 6a does not look too advantageous in comparison. But much more curious is the fact that the OLED panel of the device actually supports 90 Hz. This was found out by the enthusiast @TheLunarixus, who activated the hidden feature of the screen by means of certain software manipulations. True, it does not work on all instances of the device, as the former editor-in-chief of XDA @MishaalRahman was convinced.
Moreover, in its case of activating the 90Hz frequency, the Pixel 6a screen stops displaying anything, which means that hopes for a mod that activates the 90Hz mode are unlikely. Remember, something like this has happened before. A couple of years ago, the screen frequency of ASUS ROG Phone 3 was “overclocked” from 144 to 160 Hz, and Meizu raised the frequency of the Meizu 17 panel from 90 to 120 Hz with an official software update.
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