Because it is expected to ship with its screens earlier than the Pixel 6, we might see the Pixel 7 before the end of October, regardless of how much smaller it is compared to the Pixel 6.
These assertions were made in a recent tweet by Display Supply Chain Consultants CEO Ross Young, one of the most accurate smartphone tipsters around.
According to Young, the Google Pixel 7 will have a 6.3-inch screen instead of the 6.4-inch screen of the Pixel 6. Earlier speculations suggested that the Pixel 7’s basic model would shrink, but it wasn’t clear whether it would translate to a smaller screen. But consumers with tiny hands may find it more convenient to utilise the Pixel 7 with a 6.3-inch screen.
However, according to Young, the Pixel 7 Pro is expected to retain the 6.7-inch screen size of the Pixel 6 Pro. LTPO display technology will be used in the Pro model, he adds in a reply to his earlier tweet, allowing for a highly scaleable refresh rate once more.
Additionally, Ross claims that display components for the Pixel 7 series will begin delivering in May, one month sooner than they did for the Pixel 6 series in 2017. Google may be able to disclose and launch the phone sooner than the Pixel 6’s October arrival, which is fantastic news.
With a month longer to work with, Google can preserve the October launch date, but it can also use that time to fine-tune the display. At the time of introduction, both variants of the Pixel 6 had hardware issues, including a flickering display and, in some circumstances, an accidental second punch-hole in the display. Having extra time in between when a screen arrives and when your phone starts means you’ll have more time to find and fix any issues you run across.
There are just a few speculations about the upcoming Pixel 7 series at this time. A second-generation Tensor chipset may be under development by Google to replace the first-generation Tensor processor that was used in the Pixel 6 and is also speculated to power the Pixel 6a. In terms of GPU performance, this is a much-anticipated Pixel 7 update that might improve upon the original chip’s capabilities.
The Pixel 7 is slated to ship in over six months, as previously said. It’s possible that Google may begin teasing its next flagship phone before then with another round of teasers. Google began teasing the Pixel 6 series in August of last year, with incremental reveals of important features and other information leading up to the device’s official release date.