The ability to run the operating system at 1080p is coming with the next big Android 13 update, so Google’s Pixel 6 Pro is about to lose a feature from the Pixel 7 Pro.
An updated media player improved 5G support for the Pixel 7, modifications to the Pixel Launcher, and other improvements to the operating system are included in the first beta update of Google’s upcoming QRP2 release for Pixel phones.
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However, there is also support for using the Pixel 6 Pro at 1080p instead of its native 1440p resolution.
Google’s 2021 flagship has a display resolution of 3120 x 1440, just like the Pixel 7 Pro. But, the Pixel 6 Pro lacked an official option to downscale the content on the screen to 1080p, whereas the Pixel 7 Pro did. Dylan Roussel discovered in QRP2 Beta 1 on his Pixel 6 Pro that the device can now be set to 1080p through the settings. Particularly under Display > Settings > Screen resolution.
The Pixel 7 Pro will operate at 1440p/QHD+ by default, but it can be switched to 1080p/FHD+ with a single tap. Changing this setting can assist with further developing battery duration a piece by decreasing how much work the telephone has when it you’re seeing to deliver out what.
Lastly, it can also affect performance, but we’ve always found that this makes a small difference on both the Pixel 7 Pro and Samsung phones that have had the same option for a long time.
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