Google Pixel 6 Pro may run 1080p on Android 13 just like Pixel 7 Pro: Report

Google Pixel 6 Pro Can Run at 1080p on Android 13 Just Like Pixel 7 Pro: Report

According to a report, the display of Google Pixel 6 Pro can run on Android 13 at 1080p. An Android ROM developer has developed a mod that can downscale the Pixel 6 Pro’s screen to 1080p with 1440p resolution. This feature is also reported to be coming to the Pixel 7 Pro, which is said to use the 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.

according to a report good By 9to5google, developer Freak07 has provided an updated version of the Kirisakura kernel mod for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro that will allow access to the settings page and allow users to choose between Full-HD+ (1080p) or Quad-HD+ (1440p) resolutions. will switch between. The highlight is that the Google Pixel 6 Pro will need to be running Android 13 to be able to offer this option.

this is done reported in the past That Pixel 7 Pro will get a dedicated toggle between the default 1440p and 1080p output. Since both the Google Pixel 7 Pro and Google Pixel 6 Pro come with exactly the same Samsung-made displays, it is possible that the Pixel 6 Pro could run at 1080p resolution with a little modification. This downgrade feature will obviously bring the viewing experience down a notch but it can help save battery. this facility was previously reported By Mishaal Rahman of Arizona.

It has been advised that since this “mod is the product of significant testing and tweaking”, flashing your phone with it may damage the phone. “Changing the phone’s RAW display settings can cause problems with the brightness level, colors, and more,” the report said. Therefore, it is advisable not to install the mod, even though it has been tested a lot.

Google Pixel 7 Pro is also reported to get a brighter display than Pixel 6 Pro. The performance of the upcoming Google smartphone is expected to go up to 600 nits in manual mode; 100 nits more than the 500 nits offered by its predecessor. The Pixel 7 Pro is expected to reach 1,000 nits brightness in Auto mode, which is higher than the 800 nits offered by the Pixel 6 Pro.


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