While the Google Pixel 7 series is expected for fall 2022, it’s the Pro model that’s making headlines today, thanks to a juicy rumour: it could be the smartphone with the best screen on the market. Explanations.
Google smartphones are on the rise and they promise to amaze us! Next July, the Pixel 6a is expected, a revised version of the brand’s latest model, at a more affordable price, like the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. But it is about to be upstaged by the next device prepared by the tech giant: the Google Pixel 7.
And the least we can say is that Google keeps all information relating to this highly anticipated smartphone warm, at the bottom of a drawer. Does that mean we have to wait to find out a bit more? No way. Because the analysts do hard daily work, to try to find out a little more about the next model of who met the G in the GAFAM. And the latest reveals are exciting to say the least: the Google Pixel 7 Pro might just come with technology that made it one of the best smartphone screens around.
Google Pixel 7 Pro: an extraordinary screen?
It was by digging into the code of beta 3 of the future Android 13 that the experts made wonderful discoveries. First, they were able to let us know more about the next OS for Adroid smartphones, called Tiramisu, which now has almost no more secrets for those who will see it arrive on their smartphones before the end of the year. year 2022. But that’s not all. Since these famous lines of codes can also allow us to understand how the operating system has been optimized to meet the different technical characteristics of the phones that may apply. This is where this first Google Pixel 7 leak comes from.
We already knew that the next smartphone from the giant of search engines in the world will be equipped with a beautiful OLED screen manufactured by Samsung which has a superb definition of 3120 by 1440 pixels, like the Pixel 6 Pro. Nothing new in the tropics, but a certainty that Google is already off to a good start with its future model.
The great novelty of Nitruante was spotted by the developer Mishaal Rahman: the Google Pixel 7 would be entitled to an absolutely exceptional screen brightness. Where the brightness of the vast majority of smartphones tops out at 800 nits (the unit of measurement indicating the brilliance of brightness depending on the surface), the standard model could climb up to 1,000 nits. If that’s not bad, wait for the twist: the Pro version of Google Pixel 7, it could go up to 1,200 nits. Impressive.
How important is brightness on a smartphone?
Nits here, nits not there: that’s all well and good, but concretely, what does it mean? Brightness isn’t just about light. True, this necessarily indicates that in direct sunlight, with such figures, you will probably have less difficulty in discerning the screen of your smartphone. It’s important, but it’s not the most important, since it also affects the quality of the image displayed on the screen and the perception of colors.
In nature, the palette of color and brightness is much richer and more varied than on any screen. We can discern brightnesses that can go up to 15,000 nits. 1,200, on the other hand, is not much, but it remains a figure that is gradually approaching it.
With peaks at 1,200 nits, the Google Pixel 7 will therefore offer more vibrant technologies and should be compatible with HDR10 and HLG screen standards. If you’ve been lost with all these stories of nits, understand one thing: the image that will appear on your screen, whether it’s your photos or the latest Netflix series of the moment, will be more beautiful, more realistic and with ever more vibrant colors. If the Google Pixel 6 Pro was already among the best calibrated screens on the market, that of the Google Pixel 7 Pro will therefore do even better!
Sources: Digital, Phonandroid, Pixelfan