New leaks confirm that the upcoming Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro might retain the same key specs as the Pixel 6 duo. Hence, the new Pixel line will not come with any significant updates. For instance, the Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will have the same screens as their predecessors.
Furthermore, besides that, the new model will have identical Samsung-made components. Like it will have the unchanged S6E3FC3 and S6E3HC3 designations of the two panels found in new drivers. Plus, there wouldn’t be minor display hardware improvements like the 120Hz refresh rate upgrade many fans were hoping for.
Hence, the Google Pixel 7 might boast the exact 2400 x 1080 screen resolution and 90Hz refresh rate technology as the 6.4-inch Pixel 6. And the Pixel 7 Pro might share a 3120 x 1440 pixel count and 120Hz support with 2021’s Android-running 6.7-inch giant. Moreover, the regular-sized Pixel 7 might possess a slightly smaller screen than its predecessor. In addition, the 7 Pro might contain a maximized battery life with a native 1080p mode.
The rivals of the Google Pixel 7 series
Unfortunately, the recent mid-range smartphones have up to 120Hz refresh rate capabilities for smoother gaming and a better playing experience. But, screen refresh rate is not the only spec to compare different models. Thus, the high-quality AMOLED-sporting Pixel 7 will likely look better than the Nord CE 2 Lite’s 120Hz LCD panel. However, the unreleased 6.2 or 6.3-inch models don’t compare to the Galaxy S21 FE or S22 and the “vanilla” iPhone 14.
Fans hope Google will balance this anomaly of the Pixel 7 series with a low price tag. Additionally, in theory, the Pixel 7 Pro will likely match the display technology of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. And might exceed the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s screen resolution and pixel density. However, Google needs to update many areas of the Pixel 6 Pro for the 7 Pro to have improved capabilities. So, will Google enhance the cameras and the processing power of the new models? That remains to be seen.