Shortly after the Pixel 4a became official, it wasn’t long before a new report appeared stating that Google may be working closely with display manufacturers Samsung and BOE to release a new smartphone with a massive 6.67-inch display . The last time Google launched a device similar to this screen size was when it partnered with Motorola to release the Nexus 6 in 2014; it had a 5.96-inch panel. This time, Google may adjust the screen size to match its other smartphone competitors, and it is also rumored that this model will come with more features.
It is likely that this unnamed 6.67-inch handset will arrive in 2021 instead of this year
According to DSCC’s Ross Young, Google may come with a smartphone with a 6.67-inch display provided by Samsung and BOE. While it has not been confirmed whether the technology will be LCD or OLED, our feeling tells it will be OLED as both Samsung and BOE have boosted OLED production this year. Nor does it look like Google will release this big-screen model this year, as the upcoming Pixel 5 is reportedly going to sport a 5.78-inch screen.
However, we believe that the 6.67-inch handset may arrive in 2021, which may also be the year Google uses a custom silicon that it claims is made in partnership with Samsung for the Pixel 6. If not part, then the company has no choice but to stick to a Snapdragon 875, a Snapdragon 875G or a slightly less powerful SoC from Qualcomm to cut costs. Ross Young also states that this model will offer 5G support and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
The next new Google phone, the 5G version, is 6.67 inches from Samsung Display and BOE.
– Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) August 4, 2020
So far, no smartphone has been released by Google that supports a 120Hz refresh rate. The company has released the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL with a 90 Hz OLED, but it is, so when we see that the screen refresh rate is actually competing with what Google’s rivals are up to, it gets us excited. for the future.
Whether this is true or not, we want you to cover this report with a pinch of salt for the time being, and we’ll come back with more details in the future. What other features do you want to see from this untitled Google smartphone? Share what you think in the comments.
News Source: Twitter (Ross Young)