A new report recently revealed some details of Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy Z Flip clamshell folding screen. Meanwhile, DSCC CEO Ross Young pointed out that the Google Pixel 7 will have a slightly smaller screen (6.3 vs 6.4 inches) than the Pixel 6, while the Pixel 7 Pro will maintain the 6.7-inch size of the Pixel 6 Pro model.
@DSCCRoss said that the panels of the new Pixel 7 series will start shipping in May, a month earlier than the previous generation Pixel 6 series. In another tweet, he mentioned that the Pixel 7 Pro will continue to use an LTPO panel that supports a high refresh rate of 120Hz.
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
The screen size change confirms previous reports that the Pixel 7 will be slightly smaller than the Pixel 6. In addition, from the early renderings, the Pixel 7/7 Pro generally maintains the same shape design as the Pixel 6/6 Pro.
In terms of processors, the Pixel 7/Pro models, code-named Cheetah and Panther, have recently been rumored to be powered by the second-generation Google Tensor custom chipset and paired with Samsung’s Exynos 5300 modem. As for the truth, please wait patiently for Google’s official announcement later this year.