Google Pixel 2 has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels stretched across a 5-inch AMOLED screen, resulting in 67.9% screen-to-body ratio and 441 ppi density. It’s protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 against accidental damage to some extent. The display has an oleophobic coating to keep fingerprint and smudges off the display.
The display is always-on by default, but it comes at a cost of increased battery consumption. So, whenever I was worried about battery draining relatively faster due to this, I’d simply go to Display settings and turn it off. In case you want, you can also disable ‘double-tap’ feature that wakes the screen up to time and notifications and save some more juice.
The display supports adaptive brightness so that your screen can adjust the brightness on its own depending on the surroundings. Adaptive brightness does the job too well. The maximum brightness of Pixel 2’s display is sufficient enough to save you from trouble under direct sunlight. Colours and viewing angles were precise as well.
Last but not least, it has some VR-centric features so that you can reduce blur and flicker while having a VR headset on.