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New Leak Confirms the Good News About the Pixel 8 Pro

Posted June 18, 2023 | Android | Google | Google Pixel | Hardware | Mobile | Pixel 8 | Pixel 8 Pro | Windows

A source inside Google has leaked details about the displays in the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro, confirming the good news in a previous report: as I have long wanted, the larger Pixel will finally offer a flat display and not the compromised curved display of the previous two generations.

According to a report in Android Authority, each new Pixel will differ from its predecessors in interesting ways. In addition to the new flat display on the Pixel 8 Pro, the display on the Pixel 8 will be significantly smaller than that of the Pixel 7, or 6.17 inches vs. 6.31 inches. That puts it a lot closer to the 6.1 inches of the Pixel 7a, which rumors suggest could be the last a-Series Pixel.

The Pixel 8 Pro will feature a flat 6.7-inch display with a 1344 x 2992 resolution and a pixel density of 490 PPI. Each of those is just slightly smaller than its predecessor’s display, which is 6.71 inches, 1440 x 3120, and 512 PPI. The Pixel 8 Pro display is, however, much brighter than that of the Pixel 7 Pro, outputting 1600 nits of brightness in HDR, compared to 1000 nits. And the Pixel 8 Pro will feature a 120 Hz refresh rate, like its predecessor, but it will be more variable with very low refresh rate modes and a smooth shift between 60 Hz and 120 Hz.

As for the smaller Pixel 8, this new phone will offer the same resolution display (1800 x 2400) but at a higher dot pitch (427 PPI vs. 417), and with more brightness while using HDR content (1400 nits vs. 1000 nits). The Pixel 8 also adopts a 120 Hz display, compared to 90 Hz for its predecessor and the Pixel 7a. Like that of the Pixel 8 Pro, this display is also more variable than its predecessor, though it’s not clear if it gets the same smooth shift in the 60 to 120 Hz range.

And here’s an interesting change that impacts both new Pixels: they will each feature more rounded display corners. The Pixel 8 Pro’s corner radius is 115 pixels at native resolution, while the Pixel 8 is 102 pixels. By comparison, their predecessors were 50 and 47 pixels, respectively. I assume this is to aid reachability in one-handed mode.

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