During the Google I/O May event, Google announced its new Pixel series, which includes the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. Google is reportedly working on the G10, a high-end Pixel device, according to a new report. Currently, the gadget is in its early phases of development.
The codename for a Google Pixel device is Mystery G10.
The Android Open Source Project code contains several allusions to Google’s next high-end Pixel device, the G10. The name provided to the mystery gadget differs significantly from the names given to the devices that are already on the market and those that are on the way.
The name of the Google mystery device is unknown at this moment, however, the coding did provide some information about it. The mysterious gadget will have a screen with a 6.7-inch display, 3120 x 1440 pixel resolution, and a 120 Hz refresh rate, identical to the Pixel 6 Pro. BOE, not Samsung, is responsible for the display.
The device in issue is powered by Android. Google’s Tensor processor is the chipset in dispute.
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