Reports from the Google Pixel 7 Pro display so far claim that the device will feature a new display panel, the S6E3HC4. This display has a resolution of 1440 x 3120 and supports a refresh rate of 10-120 Hz.
But the question is, what is the difference between this display panel and the S6E3HC3 display in the Google Pixel 6 Pro?
The data discovered in the source code, which is part of the beta version of Android 13, provides the answer to this question.
Google Pixel 7 Pro display
New data shows that the new display panel has a higher brightness. Based on the code you see in the image below, users of the Google Pixel 7 Pro can manually increase the brightness of the phone to 600 nits; That’s 100 nits higher than the Google 6 Pro.
The brightness of the Pixel 7 Pro’s display automatically reaches 1000 nits; The maximum brightness of the 6 Pro Pixel display in automatic mode is 800 nits. Note that these numbers are for APL ٪ 100; That means the screen is all white. In the lower APL, which is usually more common, the brightness is probably as high as 1,200 nits.
Google code reveals more details about Google Pixel 7 Pro display panel features; These include support for HDR10 and HLG. Not bad to know that there is a 1080p mode that helps reduce power consumption.
The Pixel 7 series phones will be unveiled soon, but Google has not yet set an exact date. The closest date that can be predicted for the unveiling of these phones is October to early November.
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