The Pixel 7 Pro may have a much brighter display than its predecessor



  • A new report suggests that the Google Pixel 7 Pro’s display may be much brighter than the current Pixel 6 Pro.
  • This may be due to the possible use of the Samsung S6E3HC4 display panel on the phone.
  • The display of the phone can be higher in both normal and high brightness mode.

Rahman made this prediction based on another Pixel 7 leak report this week Android Police. Which claims that the phone will have a Samsung S6E3HC4 display panel. The current Pixel 6 Pro uses the Samsung S6E3HC3 panel. This report directly contradicts another hypothetical leak from a few weeks ago, which claimed that the Pixel 7 series will have the same display technology as the Pixel 6 series.

However, Rahman says that if this new leak is correct, the display brightness of the Pixel 7 Pro should be higher in both normal and high brightness mode than that of the Pixel 6 Pro. How much? Based on some code diving, Rahman suggests that the normal maximum brightness of the Pixel 7 Pro will be 600 nits, compared to just 500 nights on the Pixel 6 Pro. At higher brightness levels, the Pixel 7 Pro can go up to 1,000 nits, compared to just 800 nits on the Pixel 6 Pro. Of course, higher brightness levels in the display can affect the Pixel 7 Pro’s battery life, so we’ll see how it works.

Note that Google has not confirmed anything about the brightness or technology of the Pixel 7 Pro’s display, so take all of this with salt. If it turns out to be right, though, it could be a pretty feather in the cap for Google’s next smartphones.

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