The Google Pixel 7/ 7 Pro just launched recently and Pixel 7 Pro has a screen resolution feature. So, in this guide, you’ll learn how to change screen resolution on Pixel 7 Pro from 1080p FHD+ to 1440p QHD+.
Pixel 7 vs. Pixel 7 Pro: Display
The 6.3-inch, 90Hz 1080p display on the Pixel 7 looks stunning. No need to increase the resolution at this screen size because even pixel-peepers will have trouble identifying individual pixels. With its 6.7-inch 120Hz 1440p LTPO display, the Pixel 7 Pro may scale as low as 10Hz under certain conditions. To assist save battery life, Google distributes the phone with its resolution set to 1080p rather than its maximum resolution. The Pixel 7 Pro’s 1080p and 1440p modes, with the exception of text, are identical in my opinion.
Despite the difference in resolution and refresh rate between the two displays while comparing the phones, I had trouble seeing any difference between them. In any case, you will have a superb display that is both bright and vibrant. However, it’s important to note that the Pixel 7 Pro’s display appears to have some early faults, including as scrolling troubles and significant battery loss in bright sunlight. While Google releases updates, we’ll keep an eye on these issues. For more.
How to Change Screen resolution on Pixel 7 Pro from 1080p FHD+ to 1440p QHD+
Here’s how to use and enable the 1440p QHD+ screen resolution on Google Pixel 7 Pro:
1. On your Pixel 7 Pro, go to Settings.
2. Tap Display.
3. On the Display screen, select Screen resolution.
4. Finally, choose Full resolution 1440p QHD+.
Recall that the Pixel 7 Pro has a curved, 6.7-inch QHD+ display. But many people will like the fact that it is less curved than the Pixel 6 Pro’s display. Yes, you certainly sense it when using it.
These were the steps to change the screen resolution on the Pixel 7 Pro from 1080p FHD+ to 1440p QHD+.