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Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, this is what we know about their screens

This month of May 2022, the Google developer conference took place, which left us with several news, where we can count the Google Pixel 6A , the pixel Watch and also the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro . However, the latter may sound like an exaggeration in view of the little information that was revealed at the time. As you may know, we will have to wait until October to officially meet the Pixel 7 series. 

However, unofficially we have already known some details thanks to 9to5Google, who have examined the display drivers that these terminals will use. 

We must warn that these revelations are a bit disappointing , as they confirm what we already expected. And by that we mean few changes and just a few iterative improvements compared to the current generation. 

Few changes anticipated for the Pixel 7 series 

Going into detail, the code revealed that both devices will have the same Samsung-made panels as the Pixel 6 duo, with model numbers S6E3FC3 and S6E3HC3, respectively. 

This means that the Pixel 7 will feature a 1080 x 2400 pixel display that can run at up to 90Hz. The 7 Pro meanwhile,  will opt for a 1440 x 3120 pixel panel that can support up to 120Hz refresh rate. 

Few changes anticipated for the Pixel 7 series

However,  the Pixel 7 is supposedly a bit smaller than last year’s Pixel 6 , the phone’s screen will be 1mm narrower and 2mm shorter. 

On the other hand, the screen of the 7 Pro is the same as the 6 Pro, but it will have a native 1080p mode; the latter probably improves battery savings in low power mode. There are still 5 long months to go until its official presentation, so you can expect more leaks in the meantime. 

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