- Google Pixel 7 is said to have a 6.3-inch display compared to 6.43-inch screen on the Pixel 6 from last year
- The Google Pixel 7 Pro is tipped to retain the same 6.7-inch LTPO 120Hz display
- Both Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro panel shipments are expected to begin a month early in May this year
Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are the Mountain View giant’s current flagship phones and were launched towards the end of 2021. These are the company’s first batch of handsets to come with the in-house Tensor processor. Now, it appears the company is gearing up to launch the successors — the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. The latest leak from noted leakster Ross Young reveals the display size changes over the Pixel 6 phones and the panel shipment timeline. There are rumours the phones will come with the 2nd generation Tensor chipset that should probably bring performance and GPU improvements.
Hearing that the Pixel 7 will shrink from 6.4″ to 6.3″. Pixel 7 Pro will remain 6.7″. Panel shipments to start 1 month earlier this year, from May.— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) March 15, 2022
Google Pixel 7 series display size
Google Pixel 7 is expected to come with a 6.3-inch display, down from 6.43-inch on the Pixel 6. However, the Pixel 7 Pro will have the same 6.7-inch display and will have support for 120Hz LTPO display. We can speculate the standard Pixel 7 is said to have a non-LTPO display with 90Hz refresh rate. Since the phone is expected to come with a shorter display size, it could have a slightly smaller battery.
Ross Young adds that Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro panels will ship a good one month earlier in May. This means there are chances the phones could arrive a month early in September. The Google Pixel 6 series arrived in October last year.
The Google Pixel 7 series is said to come with the same design as its predecessors, except for minor camera module changes. The dual-tone design will probably be retained as well. The Pixel 7 Pro camera module will be slightly different. While the sensors will still be placed inside the large rectagular strap on the back, the primary sensor and ultra-wide angle lens will be housed in a single section while the telephoto sensors will have a separate space. The second generation Tensor chipset will have Samsung’s 5300 Exynos Modem.