‘Pixel 7 series gets the same displays as Pixel 6 series’ – Tablets and phones – News

The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will probably get much the same displays as the Pixel 6 series. They have a 1080p and a 1440p OLED display from Samsung with refresh rates of 90Hz and 120Hz respectively.

9to5Google reports this based on searches through the code of new display drivers for the phones. According to the editors of the site, the C10 driver is intended for the display of the Pixel 7, codenamed Cheetah. The Pixel 7 Pro will get the P10 driver and the phone will be codenamed Panther. The site has discovered those code names before.

The C10 driver speaks of a display with a resolution of 1080 by 2400 pixels and a refresh rate of 90Hz. The 7 Pro will have a display of 1440 by 3120 pixels and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The exact displays mentioned in the code are the S6E3FC3 and S6E3HC3; identical to the Pixel 6 series. However, the display of the Pixel 7 would be a millimeter narrower and two millimeters shorter than that of the Pixel 6.

A more substantial difference would take the form of a 1080p mode for the Pixel 7 Pro. Energy could be saved in this mode. The image quality is boosted again with ‘DDIC scaling’, which according to the Google site works specifically on the S6E3HC3 display.

Google has already announced the Pixel 7 series, but not much is known about it yet. The design is much the same as the 6 Series, with glass back and camera strip. Both Pixel 7 devices will also receive a second-generation Tensor soc from Google. According to the tech giant, this chip should improve certain features, such as speech recognition, photos and videos. The Pixel 7 series will be available this fall, along with the Pixel Watch. A cheaper Pixel 6a is also on the way.


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