Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro display specs rumored


During Google’s I/O developer conference earlier this month, the company previewed the future Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro by showing us both of their backs and so confirming that the camera visor design will remain.

New information on the alleged displays of this fall’s Pixels is out now, if you’re interested in learning more. Then we can tell you how they were discovered. Let’s start with the specifications.

A 1080×2400 resolution and 90 hertz refresh rate will be found on the Pixel 7; on the other hand, the Pixel 7 Pro has a 1440×3120-pixel display with a 120 hertz rate. Because those figures sound familiar, it’s because the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro launched with them last year, and they’re identical this year.


9to5Google discovered that Google has produced two new display drivers, one dubbed C10 and the other P10, in the Android Open Source Project. Codenames for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro include “Cheetah” (thus “C”) and “Panther,” respectively (hence, “P”). A closer look at Samsung’s source code reveals that Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will use the identical S6E3HC3 and P7FCC3 model numbers as their predecessors.

There may be an S6E3HC4, which is a newer iteration of the Pixel 6 Pro’s panel, that Google has been striving to support. Quality, brightness, power consumption, and any combination thereof are the only ways to increase a screen’s performance.

The Pixel 7’s display panel is 1 millimetre narrower and 2 millimetres shorter than the Pixel 6’s to accommodate the lower size of the Pixel 7. The Pixel 7 Pro, on the other hand, is the same size as the Pixel 6 Pro and has the same screen.


Additionally, the Pixel 7 Pro’s display will feature a native 1080p mode, which should help with battery efficiency while using Low Power Mode on the device. To begin, there is a striking resemblance in style. Now, let’s have a look at some comparable display specifications. Comparing the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro to its predecessors, it appears that they are only incremental advancements that do not add much value. However, because their debut is still several months away, anything is possible.

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