Pixel 7 Pro: the display will be brighter than the 6 Pro

Google Pixel 7 Pro

One of the most talked about aspects of the Pixel 7 Pro in this period is undoubtedly the display. The rumors continue to give birth to details, and the most interesting aspect for those who are at the window waiting to know new details on the Google smartphone is that so far more or less everything matches since there are no rumors that contrast with others.

After all, they draw from the same source, the lines of Android code through which we now discover the maximum brightness of the Pixel 7 Pro display. And if for example, we already know that between this model and that of Pixel 6 Pro; there should be no differences in terms of resolution and refresh rate; judging by the kernel of Samsung’s S6E3HC4 panel there will be significant ones in terms of maximum brightness.

Google Pixel 7 Pro display details leaked

Google Pixel 7 Pro

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Here are the maximum brightness values ​​in comparison :

  • in normal mode :
    • Pixel 7 Pro: 600 nit
    • Pixel 6 Pro: 500 nit
  • in HBM mode (the one that the phone usually sets automatically in the sunniest contexts):
    • Pixel 7 Pro: 1.000 nit
    • Pixel 6 Pro: 800 nit

The peak of 1,000 nits in conditions in which the greatest possible visibility to the customer is to be guaranteed should also be reached by the panels produced by BOE; a company that together with Samsung would supply the panels (driver codes P10 and C10 ) to equip Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.

Once again we have a confirmation that the 7 Pro display resolution can be scaled from Quad HD+ to Full HD+; and will support HLG HDR, but the refresh rate will not be able to reach the minimum of 1 Hz; as in the more advanced LTPO OLEDs. This means that, as on the current top of the range; the 7 Pro screen will also be able to range from 120 Hz peak to 10 Hz minimum frequency; which the kernel will set to save energy on static screens.

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