According to a report, the Google Pixel 6 Pro runs on Android 13 at 1080p just like the Pixel 7 Pro

By TechThop Team

Posted on: 17 Aug, 2022

It is said that the Google Pixel 7 Pro comes with a toggle that allows you to downgrade the display resolution. It has been reported that the Google Pixel 6 Pro's display is capable of running in 1080p on Android 13. In a mod created by an Android ROM developer.

The Pixel 6 Pro's 1440p screen can be downscaled to 1080p. According to reports, the Pixel 7 Pro will also feature this feature, with the exact same display as the Pixel 6 Pro. It is rumored that Samsung has provided displays for both the Google Pixel 6 Pro and Google Pixel 7 Pro.

In a report by 9to5google, developer Freak07 provided an updated version of Kirisakura kernel mod that allows users to access settings and switch between full-HD+ and quad-HD+ resolutions on Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The Google Pixel 6 Pro must run Android 13 in order to offer this option.

The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to get a dedicated toggle between 1440p and 1080p output in the future. Because both the Google Pixel 7 Pro and the Google Pixel 6 Pro are said to have Samsung-made displays.

The Pixel 6 Pro could run at 1080p resolution with a bit of modification. The downgrade feature will obviously reduce viewing quality, but it will help conserve batteries. The feature was first reported by Esper's Mishal Rehman.

In light of the fact that this 'mod is the result of extensive testing and tweaking', flashing your phone with it might result in damage.

A phone's raw display settings can cause issues with brightness levels, colors, and others, according to the report. Even though it has been tested extensively, it is recommended not to install the mod.

There is also a report that the Google Pixel 7 Pro will have a brighter display than the Pixel 6 Pro.

In Manual mode.the display of the upcoming Google smartphone should reach 600 nits; 100 nits more than its predecessor's 500 nits. Pixel 7 Pro is expected to reach 1,000 nits of brightness in Auto mode, which is higher than Pixel 6 Pro's 800 nits.

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