carried out last month Pixel 7 series at I/O event Announcing, Google has not yet shared the technical specifications of the devices. What Google did at the event was actually a preview, the company, which officially announced that it would launch these devices in the future, kept the details for later.
This is not uncommon in the tech world. Of course, since the technical specifications are not shared, leaks about the Pixel 7 series continue to emerge. Android 13 Beta versions contain some details about Google’s new flagship. One of them is: Google Pixel 7 Pro display features.
How will the Google Pixel 7 Pro display features be?
The S6E3HC4 panel on the Pixel 7 Pro offers a resolution of 3120×1440 pixels, while the refresh rate will be variable between 10 Hz and 120 Hz. That means the same resolution and refresh rate as the Pixel 6 Pro,
So where does the difference come from? The Pixel 7 Pro’s screen will be brighter. When the source codes were examined, it was seen that the new flagship would allow users to manually increase to 600 nits brightness. That means it’s 100 nits brighter than the previous model, the Pixel 6 Pro.
In auto mode, the brightness increases from 800 nits to 1000 nits. Of course, these values are valid for 100 percent APL, that is, a completely white screen. We think that at lower APL, that is, in daily usage scenarios, the screen brightness can go up to 1200 nits.
In addition, the source codes show HDR10 and HLG image support. For those who want to reduce my power usage, what we know about the screen of the phone with the 1080p mode is limited to these at the moment. As new information about the device emerges, we will continue to share it with you.