The prototype model of the Pixel 7 Pro has been analyzed for new details about its devices, as well as confirmed some of the previously announced features.
A small handful in the last few months prototypes before release Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro they were able to go out into nature. Google caught most of the leaked devices and removed them remotely, leaving them unusable (covered with bricks) and preventing the full technical sheet of both phones from being discovered before the official launch later this year.
The owner of such a brick prototype contacted the owners of the group Google News in the Telegram. The team then used the limited amount of information at their disposal to learn some additional specifications about the Pixel 7 Pro, especially the notes created when trying to charge the phone, as well as the bootloader code.
For starters, we may now have our first knowledge of the CPU cores used by the Pixel 7’s GS201 chip. According to the article, the second generation Tensor chip should continue to use the “4 + 2 + 2” design, as seen in the first Tensor. This design has four low-level cores, two medium-level cores, and two high-power CPU cores for simple tasks. to cope with the heavy workload.
No details have been found regarding the mid- and high-level cores of the Tensor 2, but it is claimed that the Pixel 7 series chip will use the same Cortex A55 cores for low-level tasks. The group refers to the line in the boot records that only a solution used for chips with Cortex A55 cores is applied.
Other newly discovered details include the Pixel 7 Pro’s Cirrus Logic CS40L26 chip for haptics, a generation newer What is found in the Pixel 6 Pro. Meanwhile, where last year’s phone had a STMicroelectronics ST54K NFC, which also included a UWB connection, the notes point to simpler devices. ST21NFC, Not UWB. Most likely, UWB will be managed by another component.
This latest round of the Pixel 7 Pro prototype has confirmed our findings on the code names of the developing Google Pixel devices. Ravenclaw and Felixalthough it is stated that there is no trace of the code name “Lynx”.
Finally, the group claims that the specifications of the Pixel 7 Pro prototype show the Samsung S6E3HC4 display panel, which is a generation newer than the display on the Pixel 6 Pro. Our previous interview about Displays used in the Pixel 7 series showed that Google is either preparing to use the new display, or will continue to use the same from last year.
There will be at least one update this fall on the Pixel 7 Pro’s retail models, regardless of which display is finished. As noted by Dylan Raga (via Mishal Rahman), code For both potential Pixel 7 Pro displays, last year’s phone includes a maximum brightness of 1000 nits in high brightness mode against 800.
In general, these features may be very interesting for fans, but they do not tell us much about how the Pixel 7 Pro will perform in the real world. In addition, since the device under analysis is still technically a prototype, no matter how far it looks, some of these small details have the potential to change before release.
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