Google Pixel 7 Series Display Details Tipped; No Surprises in Store!

Google Pixel 7 Series Display Details Tipped; No Surprises in Store!

Google is expected to launch the Pixel 7 series later this year. Before the company officially unveils its next-gen flagships, it’s mandatory for leaks and rumors to surface online. In addition to a number of details we have heard before, we now have some information on the Pixel 7’s display details. Here’s what to expect.

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Pixel 7 Series Hardware Details Leaked

It is suggested (courtesy of analyst Ross Young) that the Pixel 7 will have a smaller 6.3-inch screen as opposed to the 6.4-inch display of the Pixel 6. The Google Pixel 7 Pro, however, will come with the same 6.7-inch display as seen on the Pixel 6 Pro.

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It is also revealed that the Pixel 7 series’ display panels will start shipping a month earlier, which will be May. There is a slight chance that the phones might launch sooner than expected, possibly in September. To recall, the Pixel 6 series launched in October 2021.

Furthermore, Young suggests that the Pixel 7 Pro will come with an LTPO display with support for a 120Hz refresh rate. This is the same as the Pixel 6 Pro. There’s no word on whether or not the standard Google Pixel 7 will have support for a high refresh rate.

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We do not have more details with us, but the rumor mill is active and we do have some details to check out. it is speculated that the Pixel 7 series will have a dual-tone design, along with a similar camera visor at the back, much like the Pixel 6 phones. A punch-hole screen is also expected. However, there will be some differences in the form of bigger rear camera housings and a less protruding camera hump for the Pro model.

Google Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro are said to be codenamed Cheetah and Panther and are likely to come with the next-gen Tensor 2 chip, improved cameras, bigger batteries, and more.

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One thing to note here is that the above-mentioned details aren’t from an official source, so it’s best advised you take them with a grain of salt and wait for the official details. We will keep you in the loop. So, stay tuned!

Featured Image Courtesy: OnLeaks x Smartprix

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