The Pixel 8 will have a screen that is smaller than the 6.3-inch Pixel 8. As opposed to the Pixel 7 Pro, the Pixel 8 Pro will sport a 6.7-inch display. But while the Pixel 7 Pro had a curved screen, its replacement will feature a flat one. The Pixel 8 series’ display design features slightly softened corners and a slightly less square shape than its forerunners. Earlier, the 6.3-inch OLED flat panel on the Pixel 7 had a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, a 90Hz refresh rate, and a pixel density of 417ppi. A 6.71-inch OLED curved-edge display with a Quad HD+ resolution of 1440 x 3120 pixels, a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and a pixel density of 512 ppi were featured on the Pixel 7 Pro. Both displays can be as bright as 1,000 nits.
The Pixel 8 will include a 6.17-inch screen with a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, a higher refresh rate of 120 Hz, a pixel density of 427 ppi, and a brightness range of up to 1,400 nits. Samsung and OLED screens will be used by Google for the Pixel 8 while Samsung display panels will be used for the Pixel 8 Pro. The Pixel 8 Pro, on the other hand, has a 6.70-inch OLED screen with a Quad HD+ resolution of 1344 x 2992 pixels, a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a pixel density of 490 ppi, and a brightness of 1,600 nits.