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The Pixel 7 Pro is half a Galaxy

The Pixel 7 Pro is half a Galaxy

The relationship between Google and Samsung is tight these days: the latter gets the latest Wear OS watch system sooner than anyone else, and Galaxy phones also quickly receive the latest security bug fixes and Android updates. In return, Google likes to use Samsung’s components and production lines in its own devices, the Tensor G2 chip, for example, is made in one of the Koreans’ 5 nm plants. This is just one of the many Samsung parts that the Counterpoint Research found looking at the housing of the Pixel 7 Pro.

(source: Counterpoint Research)

The Koreans account for half of the component costs, and the reference phone’s 6.7″ 120 Hz, 1440 x 3120 pixel LTPO AMOLED panel is the most expensive component. Samsung also supplies the ISOCELL GN1 main sensor, as well as the periscopic and the chip behind the front lens. The Korean manufacturer is also responsible for the 5G modem and antennas, just like the sound system. However, the 5000 mAh battery is supplied by ATL and assembled by Sunwoda Electronic, while NXP is responsible for wired charging, and IDT is responsible for the wireless system The 128GB storage is supplied by SK Hynix, while the 12GB LPDDR5 RAM orders are shared by Samsung and Micron.

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