Original headline: Google Pixel 7 Pro will have a Samsung display: 3120 x 1440 resolution, brighter than the Pixel 6 Pro
At its recently concluded Google I/O 2022 event, Google showed off a number of products, such as the Pixel 7 series.
While the specifications of the device are not yet known, some information about the display has been made public. Earlier reports said the Pixel 7 Pro would feature an older Samsung S6E3HC3 OLED display, the same one as Google's Pixel 6 Pro, as reported by IT Home.
Then came word that the Pixel 7 Pro didn't use the Samsung S6E3HC3, but the Samsung S6E3HC4. While the new Samsung S6E3HC4 display will retain the same 3120 x 1440 resolution as last year's Pixel 6 Pro, there are some changes.
According to the Google Source page, the Samsung S6E3HC4 panel will allow the Pixel 7 Pro to deliver peak brightness of 600 nits in manual brightness mode, which is 100 nits more than the Pixel 6 Pro.
In addition, the Samsung S6E3HC4 display also increases the maximum high-brightness mode brightness from 800 nits to 1,000 nits. Mishaal Rehman also pointed out that since this HBM value represents 100% APL, it means Pixel 7 Pro can achieve brightness of over 1200 nits at lower APL values.
Overall, if the Pixel 7 Pro comes with a Samsung S6E3HC4 display, it suggests the model will be brighter and more power-efficient than the Pixel 6 Pro. In terms of refresh rate, the new phone is expected to have adaptive refresh rate support of 10HZ-120Hz, which is about the same as last year.
If nothing goes wrong. The Google Pixel will be released in the fall. As Google releases more information about the device, IT Home will have more to report.