Google is upholding their determination not to bring 4K60fps to pixel 4
Google announced Pixel 4 with some genuine camera functionality, but many users lacked a single video feature. The Pixel 4 can take 4K video, but in 60fps it can’t.
This is not because mobile phones can’t do it, either; Samsung, Huawei, Apple, and others can’t screw up 4K60, but Google opted against it.
So why? Google says that 1080p recording and storage size were the main factors. Google says most people only record 1080p, not 4K, so they decided to do the most research on the Pixel 4. Also, it is rational because 4K chewes a lot of storage on a phone, especially at 60fps.
Nevertheless, part of that is only the responsibility of Google. The limitless original performance support for images on Pixel 4, and only 64 GB of space is available on the phone.
You can choose the 128 GB option, but Google only pushes its cloud storage services to hold high-resolution videos. And that’s still a pretty slimy reason, given it Apple uses 64 GB of storage as its basic model, and pushes paid services harder than anybody else, but on a 2019 iPhone, you can still do 4K60.