Google Pixel 7 Series Display Specifications revealed

The Pixel 7 will be somewhat smaller than the Pixel 6, and the display panel will be 1mm thinner and 2mm shorter as a result

Google teased the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro's backs during its I/O developer conference earlier this month, showing us both of their backs and confirming that the camera visor design will remain.

If you're curious in what's on the other side of this fall's Pixels, a new study released today claims to have information about their displays. Let's start with the specifications, and then we'll explain how they were discovered.

The Pixel 7 will feature a screen with a resolution of 1080x2400 and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, while the Pixel 7 Pro will have a screen with a resolution of 1440x3120 and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. If those figures sound familiar, it's because they're the same as the ones used to debut the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro last year.

Its revelation originates from the Android Open Source Project, where 9to5Google discovered that Google has produced two new display drivers, one labelled C10 and the other labelled P10. Cheetah (thus the "C") is the Pixel 7's codename, whereas Panther is the Pixel 7 Pro's (hence, "P"). The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will use the exact identical Samsung-made display panels as its predecessors, with model numbers S6E3FC3 and S6E3HC3, respectively, according to the code.

Furthermore, Google has been working on compatibility for an S6E3HC4, which might be a newer iteration of the Pixel 6 Pro's screen that will be used in the Pixel 7 Pro. Because the resolution and refresh rate will remain same, the only gains will be in quality, brightness, and power consumption, or any combination of these.

The Pixel 7 will be somewhat smaller than the Pixel 6, and the display panel will be 1mm thinner and 2mm shorter as a result. The Pixel 7 Pro, on the other hand, is the same size as the Pixel 6 Pro and has the same screen.

Another intriguing nugget is that the Pixel 7 Pro's display will support native 1080p, which might help with battery life in Low Power Mode. First, there's the similarity in design. Now for the display specifications that are similar. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro appear to be nothing more than incremental improvements over their predecessors. However, because its introduction is only a few months away, things might change.

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