The new generation of smartphones Google Pixel should be presented at the Google I / O 2022 conference, still undated, but taking the month of May as a reference, we will be a few months away from its arrival. On the other hand, technology can take advantage of this event to present the more affordable Pixel 6A.
However, after seeing a report indicating new screens for the next generation of Samsung Galaxy Z phones, a new source now appears pointing to these same screens, or similar versions and adapted for Google’s next generation mobile devices to arrive in 2022. .
Samsung will continue to produce screens for the Google Pixel
Specifically, according to Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), the Google Pixel 7 phone will use a 6.3-inch screen. It will therefore be a more compact phone compared to the current Google Pixel 6 which has a 6.4-inch diagonal screen.
The Google Pixel 7 Pro, on the other hand, will continue to use the same type of 6.7-inch diagonal screen as the Pixel 6 Pro currently on the market. The latter will, once again, be the flagship of North American technology with the best features, especially in the main camera.
AMOLED LTPO displays with high refresh rate at 120Hz
The new displays will start shipping in May, about a month before the current-gen Pixel 6 is a year since it was unveiled by Google. It should be noted, however, that its arrival on the market took place several months later, only on October 19, 2021. Thus, taking into account current information, the company will maintain the presentation calendar unchanged compared to last year.
However, for the upcoming Pixel 7, the North American tech will continue to use LTPO AMOLED displays made primarily by Samsung. The adaptive refresh rate, as in the current generation, will reach 120 Hz.
Finally, we have new, more compact phones, in particular the base model – Pixel 7. It remains to be seen, however, if this generation will finally be announced for Portugal as well, although it is possible to acquire the current generation. through Amazon.ES.
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