Google Pixel 7 Pro Might Feature A Brighter Display Than The The Pixel 6 Pro

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According to rumors, the Google Pixel 7 Pro will include a new Samsung S6E3HC4 display. In contrast to the Pixel 6 Pro, Android 13 beta implies that the screen on the Pixel 7 Pro will be somewhat brighter than the Pixel 6 Pro’s display. According to informant Mishaal Rahman, a fresh piece of code reveals that the Pixel 7 Pro might hit a manual brightness setting of 600 nits, which is around a 20% increase over the Pixel 6 Pro’s manual brightness setting.

A further report from a Pixel 7 Pro leaker claims that the Pixel 7 Pro’s auto mode might boost maximum brightness to 1200 nits, which would be a 50% boost over the Pixel 6 Pro’s previous limit. HLG and HDR10 images, for example, might be supported by the new S6E3HC4 screen. Pixel 7 Pro’s display might include a native FHD resolution level as well as a refresh rate ranging from 10Hz to 120Hz, allowing for longer battery life.


Cortex-A55 cores from the Google Pixel 6 might be used in the Pixel 3 XL.  It is also possible that the Pixel 7a, codenamed ‘Felix,’ may be released next year. “Panther” and “Cheetah” are the codenames for Google’s upcoming Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones, respectively. The boot records of the Pixel 7 Pro provided by Google News included just this information. In the next few days, further information regarding the gadget should be made available on the internet.

Samsung S6E3HC4 is mentioned in the article, which appears to be an improvement over the S6E3HC3 screen used in last year’s Pixel 6 series. It’s possible that the upgrades aren’t significant, but the prior claims claiming that the Pixel 7 line will employ the same screen as the Pixel 6 series are incorrect. In terms of the Pixel 7 Pro’s CPU, which is said to be the heir of Google Tensor, it seems that Google won’t make many changes.

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