Google teased its Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones at the annual Google I/O conference earlier this month. A new report has now surfaced, suggesting that the search giant could be developing a new Pixel phone with a high-end display.
Just last week, the display specs of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro were leaked. The upcoming Pixel flagship phones are rumoured to sport the same displays as those of the Pixel 6 series, albeit with minor changes. It was unearthed that Google has developed two new display drivers—the C10 and P10. These versions, internally called “Cheetah” and “Panther”, are reported to be codenames for the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
According to a latest 9to5Google report, the search giant is working on an entirely different display, labelled as “G10”. There’s still no word on the codenames associated with the displays. However, there’s no dearth of speculations surrounding it.
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The smartphone with the G10 display driver may not come under the Pixel A-Series, since it is reported to have a refresh rate of 120Hz like the Pixel 6 Pro. The display of the G10 is manufactured by BOE instead of Samsung. Additionally, it is said to feature a resolution of 1440 × 3120 pixels and a refresh rate of 120Hz. In terms of dimensions, it measures 71 x 155mm. Considering the resolution and size, we can be certain that the display does not belong to the upcoming Pixel tablet which is set to launch in 2023.
When it comes to the internals, it is speculated that the G10 device could be powered by a Tensor chip under the hood. Going by the aforementioned specs, the G10 shares quite a lot of features with the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro.