While the first rumors suggested a certain screen conservatism between the Pixel 6 Pro and the Pixel 7 Pro, Android specialist Mishaal Rahman talks about a new slab support that would bring its small share of improvements.
Will the Google Pixel 7 Pro screen take off? While Google’s new phone is expected next fall, rumors and other leaks continue to appear on the Web. So far, everything led to believe that the screen of this model was going to be strictly identical to that of the Pixel 6 Pro.
In this case, the future flagship of Google would taste a definition of 1440 x 3120 pixels for a refresh rate of 120 Hz. However, 9to5Google already pointed out last May that a new screen support – S6E3HC4, against S6E3HC3 for the Pixel 6 Pro – would be under study at the Mountain View company.
” For now, there is no telling if this will actually appear on the Pixel 7 Pro, but the almost identical specifications leave the door open. “wrote the media. The fact is that this calculation takes a whole new turn since the predictions of Mishaal Rahman, specialist in Android.
In a Twitter post, the interested party is indeed betting on a new screen support which would allow the Pixel 7 Pro to offer better brightness, whether in normal use or with the peak at full throttle. The value of 600 nits is mentioned in particular, against a threshold of 500 nits observed on the Pixel 6 Pro.
A hypothesis that makes its way
During our measurements, the latter convinced us with a maximum brightness of 770 cd / m². In the idea, and based on the elements of Mishaal Rahman, the Pixel 7 Pro would therefore be able to do better. In any case, we will have to wait for our test to confirm this hypothesis.
This change of screen support is making its merry way and regularly returns to the front of the stage. More recently, display drivers found in a prototype of the Pixel 7 Pro – via Google News Telegram andAndroid Police– already showed that the phone uses an S6E3HC4 display.
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