Google Pixel 7 will have 6.3-inch display

A Google new report surfaced about Samsung’s next Galaxy Z Flip foldable, particularly about the device’s displays. According to Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), Google’s Pixel 7 will use a slightly smaller 6.3-inch display (the Pixel 6’s was 6.4 inches), and the Pixel 7 Pro will use the same size panel as the Pixel 6 Pro’s 6.7-inch one.

In addition, panel shipments will reportedly begin starting in May, one month ahead of The Pixel 6’s cycle. In another Tweet reply, it is mentioned that the Pixel 7 Pro’s panel will be LTPO and will feature 120Hz refresh rate just like the current generation.The change in screen size corroborates an earlier report that the Pixel 7 would be slightly smaller than the Pixel 6. Also, based on early renders of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, the devices will look a lot like the current-gen Pixel 6 devices.

recent report claimed that both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro (whose codenames are Cheetah and Panther, respectively) will use a second-generation Google Tensor chip fitted with an Exynos Modem 5300.It’s still far too early to tell but in recent years Google hasn’t been able to keep much under wraps when it comes to Pixel leaks.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.Google isn’t expected to reveal the Pixel 7 and PIxel 7 Pro until later this year, but there have already been a number of rumours surrounding the devices, with the latest suggesting what we can expect in terms of display sizes.Display analyst Ross Young tweeted claiming the Google Pixel 7 will see a size reduction, dropping from a 6.4-inch screen like the Pixel 6 offered, to a 6.3-inch screen. Young said the Pixel 7 Pro would retain the 6.7-inch display we saw on the Pixel 6 Pro though.