Google Pixel 7 Pro may have a better display than Pixel 6 Pro

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Increasing the screen the brightness

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The Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro are genuine and will be released later this year, although there isn’t much official information available about them just yet.. Now that fresh information has surfaced, we have a better idea of what to expect from these devices.

A previous leak stated the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will use Samsung panels, but the new examination of altered Android source code reveals that’s not entirely correct.

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Pixel 7 Pro may be employing a slightly different Samsung display panel, with the same 3120 x 1440 pixel resolution, but a higher maximum brightness level, according to Mishaal Rahman(opens in new tab) (via SamMobile(opens in new tab)).

All bright now

Android code, which is being upgraded in preparation for Pixel 7 phones, suggests that the Pixel 7 Pro may achieve 600 nits of brightness when using manual mode (up from a maximum of 500 nits on the Google Pixel 6 Pro).

The Pixel 7 Pro has a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits, which is more than the 800 nits that the Pixel 6 Pro can reach. Google’s flagship phone for 2021 has a brilliant display, but the 2022 model may outperform it in terms of brightness.

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There’s a slew of information regarding the Pixel 7 phones that Google hasn’t shared, including when we can expect to see them. However, if past performance is any indication, they should be available for purchase and fully launched by the end of October.

Analysis: building on Pixel momentum

For the first time in the Pixel series, Google appeared serious about competing with Apple and Samsung at the top end of the market with the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro, and they had a pair of phones capable of doing so.

Because of this, Google’s Pixel 6a, which will go on sale in less than a month, will need to build on this momentum and ensure that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are among 2022’s greatest smartphones.

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We know that the iPhone 14 will be released before the end of the year, and that the Galaxy S23 will be released early in 2023, so there is a lot of competition for the 2022 Pixel devices to contend with.

There has to be more of the same: a strong CPU, superb cameras, premium build quality and a software experience that exhibits Android at its finest in the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 (the new phones should come with Android 13 on board). So much the better if Google is able to come out with a more competitive pricing.

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