According to rumours, the Google Pixel 7 Pro 5G will have a brand-new Samsung S6E3HC4 display. The Pixel 7 Pro’s display may be a little brighter than the Google Pixel 6 Pro despite having the same resolution as the screen used on that device. The new piece of code, which was spotted by tipster Mishaal Rahman, shows that the Pixel 7 Pro may attain up to 600 nits of brightness in manual mode. It is almost 20% more than what consumers may set on the Pixel 6 Pro.
The source also claims that the Pixel 7 Pro’s auto mode may increase the maximum brightness to 1200 nits. It is over 50% more than the Pixel 6 Pro’s maximum brightness. Additionally, the new S6E3HC4 screen may offer cutting-edge technologies like HDR10 and HLG images. The Pixel 7 Pro’s display may feature a native FHD resolution option. It is to extend the display’s usable battery life, and the refresh rate may range from 10Hz to 120Hz.
Display Details of Google Pixel 7 Pro (Tipped)
The Pixel 7 Pro’s display is reportedly made by Samsung under model number S6E3HC3. According to a source, the Pixel 7 Pro now boasts a Samsung S6E3HC4 screen, enabling it to attain a maximum brightness of 600 nits when the manual brightness setting is turned on. The Samsung S6E3HC4 display’s maximum high brightness mode luminance will also rise, from 800 nits to 1000 nits.
As this HBM number shows 100% APL, Mishaal Rehman’s study suggests that the Pixel 7 Pro may be able to achieve over 1200 nits with a lower APL value. By being brighter than the Pixel 6 Pro in both regular and high brightness settings, the Pixel 7 Pro will provide considerable improvements to the display area.
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